Australian Amblypygid (Charinus pescotti)

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$35.00
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Description

Australian Amblypygids - also known as Whip Spiders or Tailless Whip Scorpions

Adults up to 10mm body length, leg span ~30mm

  • Unusual animals - very few people are keeping and breeding these remarkable animals.
  • Small but fascinating predators. Specimens sold as captive bred juveniles about 5mm in body length.
  • Suitable for experienced keepers.
  • Non-venomous
  • Can be fed pin-head to small crickets.
  • All Minibeast Wildlife animals are covered by our seven day Minibeast Guarantee and have a free downloadable Care Guide
You will need:
  • An enclosure (a small terraium is suitable)
  • Live food insects - pin-head crickets are ideal for juveniles.

 

 

 

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  1. the tailess whip,

    Posted by Unknown on 18th Aug 2017

    An extraordinary add to my collection, well worth the money and time. Very unique species and healthy too. I highly recommend it to people who love scorpions.


  2. Amazing!

    Posted by peter on 27th Apr 2017

    Although i have kept many species of arthropod, this is my first amblypygid. I never believe i can keep these beautiful creatures before.


  3. a little concerned

    Posted by Unknown on 20th Mar 2017

    Cute little baby amblypygid came quick and well packed. The only slight problem i have is with the small terrarium i purchased to house it has faily big air holes. Im not sure if the whip spider can fit between them, but it appears to try. Not to worry though as ive set up netting on the top so escape is impossible.


  4. Favourite place to order from

    Posted by Lisa Donovan on 15th Nov 2016

    This is my second amblypigid I've bought from Minibeast. Always well-packed and healthy specimens. Would recommend to anyone!!


  5. Very unique small arachnid

    Posted by Smithers on 28th Apr 2016

    It's no "Mr. Tickles", but for those that don't mind the smaller bugs it's great. Very happy that they're for sale and was quite pleased with the service.


  6. Fascinating and awesome hunter

    Posted by Florian on 14th Oct 2015

    Little baby amblis have settled in nicely and are incredible to witness feeding. Great and hardy animals, incredibly unique.


  7. Fantastic and Unique arachnid

    Posted by Ciaran on 8th Sep 2014

    First of all, I just want to thank you guys for the effort in getting this species into the hobby, it's great to finally get an Amblypygid in the Australian hobby.

    As for my own order, it was well packed and arrived in perfect health. it has settled in well ever since.


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