Details: Do Spiders Have Wings? Most insects have wings, but spiders don’t. There are winged species of jumping spider (Salticidae) but these do not have wings in any way comparable to that of insects or birds and so they can’t fly either. The jumping spiders’ wings are actually a very thin layer of chitin, which is the substance that covers their exoskeleton.
Long-winged kite spider already discovered by scientists [Thanks to JMK for the photo]. Clearly, it hasn’t got “wings” as in “flying”, but it does have wings as in “extensions or projections to the side” and that’s probably about as close to the hoax as reality is going to get for the moment!
Spiders are grouped into various genera. These genera include species such as funnel-web spiders, orb-weaver spiders, sac spiders, wolf spiders, and hunting spiders. Some of the most frightening spiders are tarantulas in the Theraphosidae family. Many species of venomous spiders are black and red spiders.
Most species are macropterous (having long wings), but a few brachypterous (short-winged) and apterous (no wings) species are known. Spider wasps are best distinguished from other vespoid wasps in having (in most species) a transverse groove bisecting the mesopleuron (the mesepisternal sclerite, a region on the side of middle segment of the thorax above the point where the legs join). Like other Vespoidea, they have antennae with 10 flagellomeres in the female and 11 in the male.
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