Sex legs web sites
Male spiders have specialized pedipalps that are used to transfer sperm to the female during mating.Many species of spiders exhibit a great deal of sexual dimorphism.
Some species, however, such as certain members of the suborder Cyphophthalmi, lack eyes or have eyes positioned laterally on the cephalothorax. Daddy longlegs also have scent glands, located near the front of the body.Differences may occur, for example, in the size and characteristics of chelicerae, pedipalps, and other structures. The males of some species also possess anal glands or sternal glands, as well as secretory structures known as adenostyles on certain walking legs. The functions of those structures and the substances released from them are unclear, though they may be reproductive or territorial in nature. After a pair mates in the autumn, the female uses her long ovipositor to lay her eggs in a cleft in the soil. Many species of daddy longlegs live less than one year, though some may survive for several years.Daddy longlegs are very widely distributed, and they are abundant in both temperate and tropical climates of both hemispheres.Spiders typically have eight walking legs (insects have six).They do not have antennae; the pair of appendages in front of the legs are the pedipalps (or just palps). Starting from the body end, these are the coxa, trochanter, femur, patella, tibia, metatarsus and tarsus.