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Asbolus laevis

Asbolus laevis
Glamis, Imperial County, California, USA
July 13, 2007
Size: 2cm
Smooth surface + long hairs on tarsi distinguishes this from the other two species of Asbolus that occur in the Algodones dunes. This one was found early morning in the area that was heavily used by OHVs, under a heap of trash someone had dumped in the dunes.

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Moved from Asbolus.

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