1. Phrynus marginemaculatus

    Phrynus marginemaculatus

    Florida tailless whip scorpion - Phrynus marginemaculatus
  2. Phrynus whitei

    Phrynus whitei

  3. Phrynus marginemaculatus Dominican Repubulic

    Phrynus marginemaculatus Dominican Repubulic

  4. Phrynus decoratus (Cuba)

    Phrynus decoratus (Cuba)

  5. Phrynus barbadensis

    Phrynus barbadensis

  6. Phrynus whitei Freshly Moulted

    Phrynus whitei Freshly Moulted

    The largest of my Amblypygi currently. Glorious tyke who isn't that skittish and tolerates me taking photos.
  7. Phrynus decoratus (Cuba) Hunting

    Phrynus decoratus (Cuba) Hunting

    Love this little tyke... couldn't care less that I am watching.
  8. Phrynus whitei Freshly Moulted

    Phrynus whitei Freshly Moulted

    I'm having a bit of an Amblypygi moulting frenzy around here the last couple of weeks.
  9. Phrynus whitei

    Phrynus whitei

    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 a decent size comparison photo during rehousing.
  10. Phrynus decoratus (Cuba)

    Phrynus decoratus (Cuba)

    Amblypygi have different temperaments and feeding responses just like different tarantula species. While my Euphrynichus bacillifer is very shy about eating, and never does it in front of me, both my Phrynus attack their food within moments of me putting it in their enclosure.
  11. Phrynus decoratus (Cuba)

    Phrynus decoratus (Cuba)

    Very freshly moulted and looking fabulous. ♥
  12. Phrynus barbadensis Juvenile

    Phrynus barbadensis Juvenile

    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.
  13. Phrynus decoratus (Cuba)

    Phrynus decoratus (Cuba)

    I obviously took too long with my photos, because my little tyke started grooming.
  14. Phrynus barbadensis

    Phrynus barbadensis

    Watching these Amblypygi hunt is simply amazing.
  15. Phrynus barbadensis

    Phrynus barbadensis

    Freshly moulted.
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    Phrynus marginemaculatus with whiplings
  17. Phrynus barbadensis

    Phrynus barbadensis

    Freshly moulted little tyke.
  18. Phrynus and Trigoniulus are friends

    Phrynus and Trigoniulus are friends

    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 space on the bark. They don't seem aggressive towards each other. Wish I could have taken this shot on a good camera instead of quickly with my cell phone.
  19. hypo phrynus

    hypo phrynus