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Holopogon snowi? - Holopogon snowi - male

Holopogon snowi? - Holopogon snowi - Male
Hornsby Bend, Travis County, Texas, USA
April 21, 2011
Size: 7-8 mm tl
Thanks to Herschel Raney and Mike Thomas for being willing to examine photos of this robber in order to make an identification of this species. I do not find an entry on BG for the species, but it appears to be valid.
Eric Isley and I have other shots of these bugs at:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/photonfreak/5641860506/
and
http://greglasley.com/nonBirds/holopogonsnowi.html

Moved
Moved from Holopogon.

I agree with Greg, Herschel a
I agree with Greg, Herschel and Mike that this is the uncommon species Holopogon snowi (a male here). Beautiful photos Greg!

 
Thanks Eric. Sure appreciate
Thanks Eric. Sure appreciate your help over the past years with some of these robbers.

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