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The ancient invertebrate retains segments along its abdomen, more like archaic forms of arachnids such as the pseudoscorpions.
Paula Cushing, an evolutionary biologist who studies solifugids at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, says some research suggests the animals are most closely related to pseudoscorpions, while other work links solifugids to a group of mites.
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First Known Use: 1835See Words from the same year
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