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Photo#334153
Efferia? - Promachus truquii - male

Efferia? - Promachus truquii - Male
North central, Texas, USA
September 11, 2009
Size: 2cm+
Something that looks like Efferia, but robbers aren't my area :-)

Thanks for any help!

Moved
Moved from Giant Robber Flies.

 
Thanks for the ID!
Thanks for the ID!

Moved
Moved from Robber Flies.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Not Efferia
Not Efferia unless his claspers broke off. Have no idea what this particular one is, but it is very distinctive if it hasn't become worn with age....

 
He appeared to be in pretty g
He appeared to be in pretty good condition, so the claspers probably weren't broken off. It remains a mystery! I didn't collect it, so I can't try keying it out.

Thanks for the help!

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