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Mygalomorphae Facts, Bite, Size, poison

Migalomorphs or megalomorphs are the infraorder of spiders. The name comes from the Greek mygalē, which means “shrew”, plus morphē, which means shape or form. The older name of the group is Orthognata, formed from the orientation of the canines, which are directed straight down and do not intersect with each other (like the araneomorphs). In 1802, Charles… Read More »