I can safely say the only person who can put a proper id on it is Lorenzo. I work with Lorenzo and was just in South Africa collecting with, and there is nobody in the world that knows these animals better.
His address is
Dr. Lorenzo Prendini
Division of Invertebrate Zoology
American Museum of Natural History
79th St. @ Central Park West
New York, NY. 10024-5192
I am sure he would be happy to identify the specimen in exchange for the preserved male.
Go ahead and send it to him or you can address it to me and I will pass it on. He is still in Africa for a few weeks, so email won't get answered quickly and it will be early April before an id can be given.