"I HIGHLY recommend it -- especially because this is
a VERY underrated group of animals. Cant give enough thumbs up!"
From the Author
This started out as a way to report multiple
generation captive breeding efforts with the greatest (in terms
of palpspan but also vying for absolute maximum whipspan and
legspan) of the Amblypygi: the South American Heterophrynus
batesii. Breeding multiple consecutive generations of the popular
East African Damon diadema and husbandry experiences with
isolated North American Phrynus and Paraphrynus were expanded
from Whipscorpions and Whipspiders Culturing Gentle Monsters.
Relating details of species experiences, input from other
keepers, and Dr. Rayor's social studies of whipspiders made this
exciting to work on.
Breeding the World's Largest Living Arachnid: Amblypygid (Whipspider) Biology, Natural History, and Captive Husbandry