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Large Solifugid with Sharp Jaws - Eremocosta striata - male

Large Solifugid with Sharp Jaws - Eremocosta striata - Male
Tonopah Desert, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA
April 19, 2015
Size: 35mm Body
These are images of a male Solifugid or Windscorpion in the Eremobatidae family. The likely subfamily is Eremobatinae, but I'm not exactly sure which genus. It's very hard to see any teeth on his jaws and some of the long hairs are blurring the view.
Here is a link to his video: (3min. duration)
♂ Large Desert Solifugid - Four Jaws!

ID confirmation, from Warren Savory: Eremicosta striata (THANKS WARREN!)

Please confirm, move or frass these images. Thanks for your help!

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