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Seems to be a specimen of Texas horse lubber, Taeniopoda eques--verification requested - Taeniopoda eques - female

Seems to be a specimen of Texas horse lubber, Taeniopoda eques--verification requested - Taeniopoda eques - Female
Chihuahuan Desert Research Institute, 4 mi S Fort Davis, Jeff Davis County, Texas, USA
August 8, 2014
Size: ~ 1 inch

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Seems to be a specimen of Texas horse lubber, Taeniopoda eques--verification requested - Taeniopoda eques - female Seems to be a specimen of female Texas horse lubber, Taeniopoda eques--verification requested - Taeniopoda eques - female

yes, horse lubber
Moved from ID Request.

 
wingless horse lubber
Why wingless; sexual dimorphism or is this an early instar?

 
this is a nymph
looks close to maturing, though.

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