Western Tailless Whip (2cm)
A unique and rather freaky looking arachnid. These are suitable for beginners as they have a gentle disposition and no venom but do have pinchers but they are also reluctant to use these. This is an arboreal species so height is more important than floor space. Quite a fast species that walks sideways like a crab. If your looking for something different this is it. Captive breeding has been done before. Females carry the eggs underneath her abdomen. The legs are very delicate especialy the two longer “whip” legs and it is common these to be damaged or missing until the next moult. We are unable to guarantee to every specimen we supply to be flawless.