(ee-gwa-lay)- Native to Agost, these are horse-sized insectoids resembling a praying mantis. They have six limbs; four used for mobility and two "arms". One of these is larger and sickle-like (used for cutting grass), the other scoops food toward its mouth with pincers.

Eguale have a hard, crustacean shell. They have many uses ranging from transport to beasts of burden to food. Eguale farmers use eguale prods - six-foot shock prods with grass cutting blades.