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Assassin - Oncocephalus

Assassin - Oncocephalus
Houston, Harris County, Texas, USA
September 16, 2008
Under a log.

v and drswanny very much for the ID.

how about female Oncocephalus?
[a marginally educated guess]

that's correct. Can be moved to Oncocephalus. All three species occur in Texas but it's not O. nubilus. Narrowing it down further requires an antennal segment ratio.

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