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Tailless whip scorpion

Tailless whip scorpion

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TOMASZ LITWIN / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY TOMASZ LITWIN / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption

Tailless whip scorpion (Damon diadema). View of a tailless whip scorpion (whip spider) showing its long forelimbs and clawed pedipalps (top). Whip spiders (order Amblypygi) are arachnids that have long elongated forelimbs resembling whips, which are used for sensing prey. Once found prey is grasped using their highly modified pedipalps.

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