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Love this little tyke... couldn't care less that I am watching.
One of my dirty half-dozen tailless whip scorpions (Charinus pescotti) has some eggs under her abdomen.
I'm having a bit of an Amblypygi moulting frenzy around here the last couple of weeks.
I don't make it a habit of handling these guys - despite being fairly tolerant, they can bolt at a pretty decent speed. I was just wanting to get...
Amblypygi have different temperaments and feeding responses just like different tarantula species. While my Euphrynichus bacillifer is very shy...
Very freshly moulted and looking fabulous. ♥
Freshly moulted and going in for the kill. I love watching them hunt - they even hunt pre-killed prey, which is what I always feed them.
I obviously took too long with my photos, because my little tyke started grooming.
Watching these Amblypygi hunt is simply amazing.
Phrynus marginemaculatus with whiplings
Freshly moulted little tyke.
I caved and got by first Amblypygi. What darling little creatures they are.
45 images stack.
Better quality: https://www.flickr.com/photos/139453268@N07/39220980794/in/dateposted-public/
They seem to hang out together quite a bit.
Also there are two P. marginemaculatus on top of each other there. Why? No idea. There's plenty of...
Our current pets, as a montage, for your enjoyment!
Paraphrynus Mexicanus enclosure