Leiobunum rotundum

- the species of the suborder long-legs Eupnoi and family sclerosomatidae .
It prefers moist environment . Seen among herbaceous vegetation , the bushes , tree trunks litter . Sometimes on the walls of buildings.
This long-legs feed on living and dead small invertebrates , dead organic matter and mushrooms .
In the autumn the representatives of the species formed clusters consisting of up to 400 individuals , sometimes on walls of buildings .
This species has an exceptionally long black legs .
Ocular lump is smooth , his eyes surrounded by black rings. The body of the male is smaller and more rounded , uniform reddish- brown color.
The fertilized female lays eggs into the ground using ovipositor that hibernate until spring.
Opiliones are resident in Ireland, the Canary Islands and North Africa .