Spider mites belong to the class Arachnida, a group that also includes spiders, ticks and other eight-legged creatures. Spider mites are a common enemy of gardeners and plant enthusiasts, as they frequently do serious da... More »

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Spraying infected plants with chemical pesticides or organic repellents kills the spider mites living on the plants. It is recommended to first spray off the plant with water to remove as many spider mites as possible. More »

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To get rid of spider mites, confirm the infestation, remove heavily infested leaves and knock the spider mites off with a stream of water. Severe infestations can be treated with chemicals or by introducing natural preda... More »

Scorpions are neither insects nor spiders; they are distant cousins of the spider and are animals in the Scorpiones order, beneath the class Arachnida. Unlike insects that have six legs, scorpions and spiders both have e... More »

Only a few insects, mites and spiders dwell inside homes and are known as household pests. Usually these fall into three categories that help make identification easier: bugs that bite or sting, structural pests that cau... More »

The Egyptian giant solpugid, also known as the "camel spider," is a member of the Arachnida class native to the Middle East. According to National Geographic, the caramel-colored desert-dwellers typically reach about 6 i... More »

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Examples of some arachnids include: ticks, mites, scorpions and other spiders. The Arachnida class includes more than 100,000 species, and they all have eight legs. More »