Quite lovely. I didn't realize any Phrynichus got such huge pedipalps.
One question. Is the enlarged frontal process referring to the chelicerae? That's what it looks like in the picture, but they don't look all that enlarged to me. It's quite possible I just can't tell, but figured I would ask in case it's something else.
Turned out to be 8 whiplings, but down to 5. 3 were presumably cannibalized either by mom or siblings. I have removed mom and put the whiplings in a larger container with more climbing surface. Feeding copius amounts of spring tails, D. hydei, and fresh born Porcelionides pruinosus. They seem fat and content for now!!