Base de dados de Opiliones do Museu Goeldi
Are harmless arachnids cryptic and nocturnal habits of most species. Usually live under logs, stones, leaves and litter, buried or in bromeliads on leaves and stems or roots of living plants, and may also inhabit caves. Are highly diverse and abundant in tropical regions of the world, with 6,476 species (Kury, 2011). Are very sensitive animals that have a high degree of endemism and limited dispersal ability, thus being a group with high potential for extinction. The Neotropics has the largest percentage of the world's wealth of harvestmen (57%) of which 41% are in Brazil (938 species).
Geographic coverage from Opiliones collection.
Material with scientific and historical importance.
Specimens obtained from licensed collections, exchange, gift, legacy or purchase. The specimens are stored in the collection through a preservation type and its data are stored on the Specify (system for managing biodiversity data).
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Includes: point occurrence data.
Bonaldo A (2014): Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi - Opiliones Collection. v6.1. Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. Dataset/Occurrence. https://ipt.sibbr.gov.br/goeldi/resource?r=museuparaenseemiliogoeldi-collection-aracnologiaopiliones&v=6.1
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