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References

  • Fowler-Finn, K., & Hebets, E. (2006). An examination of agonistic interactions in the whip spider Phrynus marginemaculatus (Arachnida, Amblypygi). Journal Of Arachnology, 34(1), 62-76.
  • Fowler-Finn, K., & Hebets, E. (2006). An examination of agonistic interactions in the whip spider Phrynus marginemaculatus (Arachnida, Amblypygi). Journal Of Arachnology, 34(1), 62-76.
  • Harvey, M. (2002). The first Old World species of Phrynidae (Amblypygi): Phyrynus exsul from Indonesia. Journal Of Arachnology, 30(3), 470-474.
  • Harvey, Mark S. 2002. The neglected cousins: what do we know about the smaller arachnid orders?. The Journal of Arachnology, vol. 30, no. 2. 357-372
  • Harvey, Mark S. 2003. Catalogue of the Smaller Arachnid Orders of the World: Amblypygi, Uropygi, Schizomida, Palpigradi, Ricinulei and Solifugae. xi + 400
  • Hebets, E. (2002). Relating the unique sensory system of amblypygids to the ecology and behavior of Phrynus parvulus from Costa Rica (Arachnida, Amblypygi). Can. J. Zool., 80(2), 286-295.
  • Hebets, E. (2002). Relating the unique sensory system of amblypygids to the ecology and behavior of Phrynus parvulus from Costa Rica (Arachnida, Amblypygi). Can. J. Zool., 80(2), 286-295.
  • Hebets, E., & Chapman, R. (2000). Electrophysiological studies of olfaction in the whip spider Phrynus parvulus (Arachnida, Amblypygi). Journal Of Insect Physiology, 46(11), 1441-1448.
  • Hebets, E., & Chapman, R. (2000). Electrophysiological studies of olfaction in the whip spider Phrynus parvulus (Arachnida, Amblypygi). Journal Of Insect Physiology, 46(11), 1441-1448.
  • Hebets, E., & Chapman, R. (2000). Surviving the flood: plastron respiration in the non-tracheate arthropod Phrynus marginemaculatus (Amblypygi: Arachnida). Journal Of Insect Physiology, 46(1), 13-19.
  • LeClere, M., McClain, D., Black, H., & Jorgenson, C. (1987). An inquiline relationship between the tailess whip-scorpion Phrynus gervaisii and the giant tropical ant Paraponera clavata. The Journal Of Arachnology, 15, 129-130.
  • LeClere, M., McClain, D., Black, H., & Jorgenson, C. (1987). An inquiline relationship between the tailess whip-scorpion Phrynus gervaisii and the giant tropical ant Paraponera clavata. The Journal Of Arachnology, 15, 129-130.
  • Levi, H., Levi, L., Zim, H., & Strekalovsky, N. (1968). A guide to spiders and their kin (p. 117). New York: Golden Press.
  • Levi, H., Levi, L., Zim, H., & Strekalovsky, N. (1968). A guide to spiders and their kin (p. 117). New York: Golden Press.
  • Owen, J., & Cokendolpher, J. (2006). Tailless Whipscorpion (Phrynus longipes) Feeds on Antillean Crested Hummingbird (Orthorhyncus cristatus). The Wilson Journal Of Ornithology, 118(3), 422-423.
  • Peretti, A. (2002). Courtship and sperm transfer in the whip spider Phrynus gervaisii (Amblypygi, Phrynidae): a complement to Weygoldt's 1977 paper. Journal Of Arachnology, 30(3), 588-600.
  • Quintero, D. (1981). The amblypygid genus Phrynus in the Americas (Amblypygi, Phrynidae). The Journal Of Arachnology, 9, 117-166.
  • Quintero, D. (1981). The amblypygid genus Phrynus in the Americas (Amblypygi, Phrynidae). The Journal Of Arachnology, 9, 117-166.
  • Santer, R., & Hebets, E. (2009). Prey capture by the whip spider Phrynus marginemaculatus C.L. Koch. Journal Of Arachnology, 37(1), 109-112.
  • Weygoldt, P., Rahmadi, C., & Huber, S. (2010). Notes on the reproductive biology of Phrynus exsul Harvey, 2002 (Arachnida: Amblypygi: Phrynidae). Zoologischer Anzeiger - A Journal Of Comparative Zoology, 249(2), 113-119.
  • Weygoldt, P., Rahmadi, C., & Huber, S. (2010). Notes on the reproductive biology of Phrynus exsul Harvey, 2002 (Arachnida: Amblypygi: Phrynidae). Zoologischer Anzeiger - A Journal Of Comparative Zoology, 249(2), 113-119.

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