Additional distributional records are given and discussed for Thasus gigas (Klug), T. acutangulus (Stål), and T. neocalifornicus Brailovsky and Barrera. In particular, we emphasize the almost certain absence of T. neocalifornicus from New Mexico, and we discuss its population centers near Tucson, Arizona, and at the southern tip of Baja California Sur. Sinaloa and Chihuahua (Mexico) are new state records for T. gigas, and Chihuahua is a new state record for T. neocalifornicus.
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