Pseudoscorpions

Pseudoscorpions are small arachnids that resemble scorpions with large front pinching appendages called pedipalps, but they do not have elongated abdomens nor venom. There are about 3,400 described species of pseudocorpions and they eat other small animals including ants, mites, and beetle larvae.

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