- Oct 9, 2002
Anyone hear if these were positively identified as E. uatuman?
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Awesome, Atrax! Thanks for posting those!Originally posted by Atrax
I can see some similarities between your's and the pics on Rick's site.
Here's Bill's pic from Invertepet.
Here's another pic I found in a google search...
I can tell you it;s not rufescens, murinus or cyanognathus.
Hi Bill,Originally posted by invertepet
It looks like a very slightly smaller specimen of uatuman than the one pictured on my site... Definitely the most likely candidate of the Ephebopus we're presently aware of.