Found in forest, red with a tint of orange, little bit thicker than most Harvestmen found in typical households
Opilio canestrinii (Thorell, 1876), Søborg, Denmark, 26 July 2014
Phalangium opilio Linnaeus, 1758, female, Søborg, Denmark,25 July 2014
Opiliones (formerly Phalangida) are an order of arachnids commonly known as harvestmen. As of December 2011, over 6,500 species of harvestmen have been discovered worldwide, although the real number of extant species may exceed 10,000. The order Opiliones includes four suborders: Cyphophthalmi, Eupnoi, Dyspnoi, and Laniatores, and representatives of each can be found on every continent except Antarctica (with the exception of Dyspnoi, which is restricted to North America and Eurasia). Well-preserved fossils have been found...