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Photo#163693
Amblypygid - Paraphrynus carolynae

Amblypygid - Paraphrynus carolynae
near Sabino Canyon, Pima County, Arizona, USA
June 24, 2007
Size: body size 1.5 cm
Found in a garage that was being remodeled

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Lucky dog!
What a cool find! I'm very jealous! Wonderfuly photos too! I can't believe it stood still that long, they're supposed to be faster than all out!

 
Fun Pet
Actually, I've been keeping this guy as a pet since it was captured, and it's pretty calm and cooperative for picture taking. It's molted once, but I don't yet know how to tell if it's an adult or not.

 
What do you feed it?
What do you feed it?

 
Ambly Food
It eats mealworms and crickets.

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