Are Daddy Longlegs Spiders? (Re: 8 Animal Misconceptions Rundown)
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LOL, in the picture of Australia, you neglected the entirety of Tasmania, can't say i blame you.
Everything in Australia produces venom.Oi! Lay off us a bit! ... Yahtzee just talks about games really quickly.
Actually, in Britain, we call two things Daddylonglegs: the same thing as Australia and also less often craneflies. At least, that's what we do in the Southeast...
"And yes, it produces venom, but so does everything in that bloody country."
the dady longless i grew up with had 8 tread thick legs, 2 eyes, 1 body segment, and lived in masive groups. the were brown and smelled wierd and i kept them as pets to piss off/ scare my aunt and mom... what species is that?
Great. So only one of them is actually a spider. And of course, it's gonna be in Australia. *sigh*
Can someone send me a link of the biological classification system, i need to start learning about evolution and stuff.
in sweden we call both Opiliones and crane flies "pappa långben" that translate into Daddy Longlegs.
Rather true about Australia xD
Daddy Longlegs: Lol, how can I shot web?
he reminds me of ethoslab
So, i grew up calling another "spider" a "Daddy Long Legs" and it looks like none of those, it actually looks most like the cellar spider but they are all black/dark grey, and now i'm confused. I don't know why i felt the need to mention this as i'm too lazy to give any more information that may help lead to this spiders identification. Good day to you all, and have a pleasant week.
don't look like the daddy long legs we have in the rockies.
Well shit I live in Australia.
Any else notice zero puncuation at the top right at 1:16?
1. Why would anyone name a plant "Daddy Longlegs"?2. 0:21 Illuminati confirmed lol.
I love how you put zero punctuation and Julia Gillard on the list that makes venom....
So this is where I discovered Yhatzee.. I always wondered hwo I stumbled upon him s I'd only seen gifs of him before, andhe doesn't do the kings of videos I'd watch. Thanks again, CGP grey
In maryland there is a bug we called daddy long legs that looks like neither of the first to and I'm pretty sure it had 8 legs but had a small fat body
what about the daddy longlegs thats a black round ballish shape with legs coming out?
Hmm, none of those are what we call Daddy Long Legs here in central Florida. Maybe it's something different?
Here in Brazil "ares aegypti" is also call as long legs (pernilongo: pernas+longas).
I've been bitten by a daddy-long-legs and it creates a slight burn for a second or so and nothing else happens. I'm alive and well, no nasty side affects what-so-ever.
UR WRONG >=( THERE ARE 5 DAD LONG LEGS in O.K our daddy long legs have tennis tiny bodies like about 3 periods put together in ball (or body) form
good thing I watched this before going and touching a daddy long legs in my house.. turns out they are spiders
OK, 1st) People who don't live in the USA have to admit it is pretty big with multiple regions and a large population. 2) Because of that fact, not every American calls everything the same thing. What I call a daddy-longlegs IS a spider, in southeastern USA, which is the Pholcus phalangioides. I've seen on one website I've looked at to help out that even they believe that "... some southeastern Americans..." use it for a long-legged fly... we call those "May flies". Not sure whether that person has actually been to Southeastern USA, bit positive that everyone I know who called something a daddy-long legs is in fact talking about a spider.
We have cellar spiders, which I've always called daddy long-legs, here in California too.
1:15 zero punctuation reference, I like it
None of these look like a Canadian Daddy Long Legs, so what am I looking at over here?
Wait a minute... I saw info about the daddy long legs spider having the most poisonous venom in the world, but it can't puncture human skin.Anyone else hear that?Also the jewel spider is fast and new to Edmonton Alberta Canada for about 18 yrs nowNot seen beforeIt's bite can make you, kids, and pets very sickLook up jewel spiderI have great macro photos but have to dig through 75 memory cards to find and eventually postAll spiders and insects, even cockroaches are creepy or gross or scary... Until you study themI actually have respect for a Canadian cockroach hiding around a corner in a cupboard, it was turning its head looking as I peeked and it was standing up hiding like a human would hide in the shadows.. Boardwalk apartments in EDMONTON Michener park high rise was in the news Same as west end apt strip owned by Boardwalk south of this area They are smart and resilient but I don't want them in my city They can go without food for months, and without water for a long time.. They say they'd survive a nuclear war👽
2:05 to skip the video
I have yet another Daddy Long Legs. It has eight legs, and from what I can tell, it's body is literally just a spheroid. Not a spider!
In sweden they're called "janne långben" (i think it comes from goofy's name) and it refers to both the species in america and the harvestman.
U forgot about the one's in CA. Goddammit man.
Yahtzee doesn't produce venom, he produces bile
can I ask do you have something a Australia???
There's a different spider that we call a daddy longlegs in Iceland
Holy hell zero punctuation
Why is it at the end, I wanted to jump in, singing, "And a partridge in a pear tree!"
1:16 lol Julia gillard
1:15Confirmed, Yahtzee DOES indeed produce venom, but it is the sweetest poison to ever drip into your ear-canals ^^
In PA, just south of your own home state, what we call daddy long-legs aren't what you do...
Lol zero punctutation
ok, so when i saw the original i was confused as i am australian and our daddy longlegs is a spider
I don't think we have harvestmen here. "Daddy-long-legs" usually refers to cellar spiders, AKA Pholcids.
i love how this guy owns all haters out there on youtube.
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