Amblypygi - whip spiders pictures

11112jeff

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Can anyone recognise this Amblypygi belong to which genus or species. Sincerely thanks

5mm
 

tetracerus

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Wow! Amazing photos @Banshee05! I didn't realize there was such a variety in tailless whip scorpions. I wish more breeders offered them. I've only really seen Damon for sale but would love to expand my collection beyond that.
 

Banshee05

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Now I want to share some shots of Whip Spiders from the Dominican Republic....
Phrynus marginemaculatus



Phrynus sp.


Phrynus decoratus


Phrynus longipes


Phrynus hispaniolae



Phrynus eucharis



Charinus bahoruco



Charinus dominicanus
 

Banshee05

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some more pictures from hispaniolaen whip spiders....
Phrynus decoratus


Phrynus hispaniolae


Phrynus eucharis


Phrynus alejandroi


Phrynus kennidae
 

Banshee05

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update: pictures of some new species, and of new population from already "known" species.


Phrynichus ceylonicus female from Bentota (new population)


Damon medius female from Nigeria (new population)


Musicodamon atlanteus
from Morocco



Phrynus
sp.nov. female


Stygophrynus sp. Malaysia
 

Banshee05

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yes, this coloration appears also as adults, maybe a bit darker but present. Hopefully I can breed them...very hard to raise species.
 

Banshee05

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nice specimens, they are either P. raptator or P. viridiceps... I need to check them.
 

RTTB

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Awesome set of pictures. Amazing creatures.
 
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