How big are Afghanistan Camel
The size of Afghanistan Camel Spider
ranges from 5 to 6 inches in length.
Where do Afghanistan Camel Spiders
live and what are their habitats?
These spiders can be found in warm
and arid habitats, excluding Australia. They live in virtually
all deserts in both the eastern and western hemispheres. A few
species have been found and known to live in grassland and
What is the average life span for
Afghanistan Camel Spiders?
Afghanistan Camel Spiders live on
average for less than a year in the wild.
Do Afghanistan Camel Spiders have
Generally speaking these spiders have
very poor eyesight and rely on vibrations.
Classification of the Afghanistan
Species of spiders are classified
according to shared physical characteristics. Spider taxonomy is
the science of finding, describing, classifying and naming
organisms in a hierarchical system. This method of
classification helps when a description of 40,000 spiders is
required. The organization of living things have seven major
categories: Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus and
Species. The classification of Afghanistan Camel Spiders are as
Kingdom relates to the highest
taxonomic group into which organisms are grouped. It is one of
five biological categories: Monera, Protoctista, Plantae, Fungi
Phyla are groups of classes. They are
a series of animals or plants genetically connected with shared
characteristics. It is the second biggest grouping in taxonomy.
Arthropoda are jointed-foot invertebrates: arachnids,
crustaceans, insects etc
A Class is a taxonomic group
containing one or more orders. Arachnids consist of any of the
eight-legged creatures, including spiders and scorpions, of the
A taxonomic order within the class
The subclass is another taxonomic
category below a class and above an order which helps in the
Another taxonomic category below an
order and above a genus which helps in the classification
Another taxonomic category below a
family and above the level of species which helps in the
Species: Carnivorous or omnivorous
Species is a taxonomic group whose
members can interbreed.