visitor to the blacklight sheet
under a shoreline rock
Many actively moving during cool evening.
Many seen surface active in Coastal Sage Scrub away from riparian vegetation.
San Diego County, California, US
a harvestman chilling on an achillea. Missing a leg by the looks of it.
a drizzly, cool day
About 1.5 miles down the Window Trail in Big Bend National Park. Found under rock. White dot on abdomen. Didn't try to defend itself, just tried to get away. I can't identify it past Opiliones, so any help is appreciated.
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...