Tartarocreagris texana

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Tartarocreagris texana
Tartarocreagris infernalis IMG 4067.jpg
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T. texana
Binomial name
Tartarocreagris texana
Muchmore, 1969
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Microcreagris texana

Tartarocreagris texana is a species of arachnid in family Neobisiidae. It is endemic to Texas in the United States, where it is known from only two caves in Travis County. It is a federally listed endangered species of the United States.

This pseudoscorpion is about 4 millimeters long. It is a troglobite, spending its entire life in caves. It is eyeless. It has no tail and no stinger. It has pincers which it uses to capture small arthropods.[1]

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