Is correct I searching in the literature, and is a Genus Paraphrynus because the spines on the pedipalps.Not sure on the species but the genus looks like Paraphrynus sp. from what i gather looking at Banshee's pics
No I don´t have more photos I find in the wild, but I try to find again one like these. do you know if this book (Weygoldt, P. 2000. Whip spiders (Chelicerata:Amblypygi). Their Biology,Morphology and Systematics) is in digital paper (pdf) Because I don´t find in Mexico.Hi,
this species is of course a Paraphrynus spp., cause of the two smaller spines between the two longest (Phrynus spp. has here one spine) on the pedipalp tibia.
hmm it is not a mexicanus, not an aztecus. From that region P.chacmool and P. reddelli is known. SOme more species from whole Mexico.Mullinex 1975 also tells P.raptator for the Yucatan region. if you have clear pix of the pedipalp tarsus, this is the cutting edge with the cleaning organ, i can say if it is raptator, all other specie are not so easiely to tell via pix.
Oks I try to catch one againmay you can preserve one species for me in alcohol. it is every time great to get species with exact locality.
about the book: this is not legal, but if you hvae the money and are realy interested: buy it. it is a great book and the one and only about whips