It was derived from the name of a
Greek maiden who beat Athena in a weaving contest; what entomological term is
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The word arachnid - which derives from the Greek
arachne, spider - denotes arthropods of the
class Arachnida, such as spiders, scorpions,
They have segmented bodies.
In mythology Arachne was a Greek
maiden who was turned into a spider after defeating Athena in a weaving
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