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Extinct Arachnids: Plesiosiro, Phalangiotarbi, Trigonotarbida & Uraraneida

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Which of the following is not an arachnid?

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1. Which of these extinct arachnids resembled a harvestman insect of today?

2. The long whip-like tail found on Uraraneida specimens is known as a _____.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

These quiz and worksheet questions on extinct arachnids require you to know about arachnids with armored plates and spines, among other aspects of this topic. You can take the quiz more than once.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Here's what the quiz covers:

  • Examples of arachnids
  • Extinct arachnids that resembled a harvestman insect
  • The long whip-like tail found on Uraraneida specimens
  • Characteristic(s) of all arachnids
  • Arachnids with armored plates and spines

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer a question about extinct arachnids that resembled a harvestman insect
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information about the long whip-like tail found on Uraraneida specimens and interpret it correctly
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained about a characteristic of all arachnids

Additional Learning

Continue your studies with the lesson titled Extinct Arachnids: Plesiosiro, Phalangiotarbi, Trigonotarbida & Uraraneida. Here's a quick glance at topics in this lesson:

  • The classification of arachnids
  • Where fossilized impressions of Trigonotarbida were found
  • The carboniferous period
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