Amblypygi - whip spiders pictures

Elytra and Antenna

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BookCopyrightHeterophrynusPedipalpFemurDiagram.JPG Can you take a picture of the spines from the underside of the pedipalpal femur like my Het diagram?
 

Elytra and Antenna

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I just happened to pick out the right Heterophrynus diagram (pure coincidence).
Why are the colors so different on the different photos?
 

CesarF

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I just happened to pick out the right Heterophrynus diagram (pure coincidence).
Why are the colors so different on the different photos?
The colors? This male is different from the male above (on my hand). I have 4 males and 2 females. But all of them are Heterophrynus =]
 

CesarF

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I was wondering If this Charinus sp. is pregnant?







She seems to be full of eggs xD Am I wrong? I do not know much about this genus.
 

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Eggs are commonly visible through the integument before the broodsac is formed but they should be larger, fewer and more ventrally located.
 

Banshee05

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Hi,
in Thailand only two genus and 2-3 species are still known: Phrynichus orientalis, Stygophrynus spp.
that's it, i never saw alive Stygophrynus, but P.orientalis I am breeding since 5-6 years. Pictures are here in the threat.
 

Banshee05

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Wow...P.goesii from Martinique is one impressive species. Are they breeding for you, Banshee?
yep, my goesii from Martinique and St.Martin are doing well! But indeed, the Martinique ones are doubled in size ;) same or nearly the same ratio then P.exseul and P.robustus

cheers

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Some new shots from Cuba

Phrynus pinarensis



Phrynus noeli


Phrynus decoratus



Phrynus damonidaensis




Phrynus marginemaculatus





Phrynus hispaniolae




Paraphrynus cubensis


Paraphrynus viridiceps


Paraphrynus robustus



Charinus tomasmicheli


Charinus cubensis


Charinus acosta
 

Ambly

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great pictures! I'd love to see some of their habitat - got pictures elsewhere?
 

Deroplatys

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Dont suppose you have or will have any exotic species for sale any time soon Banshee?
Seeing all this variety is making me very envious :bored:
 

pannaking22

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Very jealous of your Phrynus and Paraphrynus!

Damon diadema "whip" tip
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D. diadema after misting
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D. diadema cleaning itself
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