Amblypygi - whip spiders pictures

smashtoad

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I keep coming back to this thread, and it is driving me nuts. That red legged P. decorus is amazing, as is that giant red-legged Hetero from Brazil.

We gotta do something about gettng some these in the states...what the heck?????
 

Arachno_Shack

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Awesome pictures! I'm so interested in these guys....


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Philth

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Paraphrynus raptator

Phrynus decoratus

Stygophrynus sp. Sulawesi


Euphrynichus bacilifer

Charinus acosta


Later, Tom
 

pannaking22

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Awesome Tom, you have most of the species I want lol. Glad to see they're in the US!
 

wizentrop

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Looks like someone has been in good contact with tarcan :)
That P. raptator looks very familiar - I hope you enjoy them, lovely beasts!
 

Chillilisous

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What are some of your setups/methods of getting such great pictures? I need a new SD card for my camera but looking to get some good pictures. Do you use flash in darkness or have a light already on?
 

Banshee05

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Hi everybody,
it is a long time ago since I made an update here...you can see a lot at my blog, but here are some specials...
P.whitei female


Stygophrynus sp.nov female


P.marginemaculatus female


P.hispaniolae male


P.decoratus female


P.marginemaculatus female Cuba


P.parvulus female


P.sp.nov female Trinidad


H.gorgo male



H.sp. Colombia female


A.coronatus male

 

Banshee05

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some more :)

A.coronatus female


E.bacillifer male


D.medius Gambia



D.sp. Togo


D.annulatipes


P.ceylonicus


P.sp. Oman


P.orientalis

 

Banshee05

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:) coronatus are wonderful, I tried to get them here in Europa since many years..thanks to Martin who made it possible.

but in the US it should be not a big Problem to get some.

here are some more photos:
P.longipes


P.robustus



P.viridiceps


P.cubensis



Paraphrynu sp.


P.aff.barbadensis



P.damonidaensis



P.pinarensis


P.aztecus


P.carolynae


P.sp.nov.


P.exsul


P.eucharis
 

tarcan

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Michael, well, I get so many species from you! So at least I could help with one! Nice pictures as usual.
 
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