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Amblypygi - whip spiders pictures

Discussion in 'Other Spiders & Arachnids' started by Banshee05, Jun 15, 2009.

  1. schmiggle

    schmiggle Arachnoprince Active Member

    Huh, didn't realize female E. amanica had the humongous pedipalps. I thought it was just males.
  2. BobBarley

    BobBarley Arachnoprince

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    Heterophrynus batesii mature male
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  3. mantisfan101

    mantisfan101 Arachnoangel Active Member

    Those extremely thin limbs and how they manage to get them out if their exoskeleton always gets me.
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  4. Vanessa

    Vanessa Grammostola Groupie Arachnosupporter

    September 2019 Update and New Additions. I am really becoming very fond of the Phrynus genus.

    Euphrynichus bacillifer
    Phrynus whitei
    Phrynus decoratus Cuba
    P.decoratus cuba.decoratus.jpg
    Phrynus marginemaculatus Dominican Republic Female
    P.marginemaculatus DR .jpg
    Phrynus barbadensis
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  5. mantisfan101

    mantisfan101 Arachnoangel Active Member

    I don’t think you quite understand how jealous you’re making me right now.
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  6. Banshee05

    Banshee05 Arachnobaron Old Timer

    Some news.
    Damon johnstonii from Cameroon. See the details with the enlarged frontal process!

    Phrynichus exophthalmus from Cameroon.
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  7. basin79

    basin79 Arachnoemperor Active Member

    My recently acquired Damon medius.

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  8. schmiggle

    schmiggle Arachnoprince Active Member

    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.
  9. Banshee05

    Banshee05 Arachnobaron Old Timer

    All Phrynichus got this huge pedipalps, species like ceylonicus not so much in ratio to their more massiv body size, but most of the others have really huge ones. That's their style.

    FP: yes, in front of the median eyes, between the chelicera. ONLY johnstonii have this feature; so you can't find it with the thousonds of medius you all got in the states.
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  10. My Phrynus marginemaculatus with 7 slings!! 20191002_224521.jpg
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  11. Phrynus longipes Red & Typical form

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  12. BobBarley

    BobBarley Arachnoprince

    1.0 Heterophrynus batesii
    0.1 Stygophrynus sp. “Malaysia”
    0.0.1 Phrynus marginemaculatus

    All are adults of their respective species.
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  13. 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!!
  14. mantisfan101

    mantisfan101 Arachnoangel Active Member

    Did you manage to successfully breed them?
  15. BobBarley

    BobBarley Arachnoprince

    Working on it ;-)
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  16. schmiggle

    schmiggle Arachnoprince Active Member

    I'm p jealous
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