from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • A suborder of pedipalp arachnidans, characterized by a long tail-like postabdomen, and including the true whip-scorpions, as the Thelyphonidæ: contrasted with Amblypygi. See cut under Pedipalpi, and compare that under Phrynida.

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  • n. whip scorpions


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