ARG0002drv, overlap of two lobes?
The contour overlay image in this post was created from sources, and using methods, described in this RGZ Talk
thread. First in red, Wise band 1 lime green.
A possible host for the east emission is SDSS J100814.73+193456.8, which has a z_sp=0.196 +/-0.00004. This galaxy has radio references in NED and SIMBAD, recorded First flux emission, and an ALLWISE reference, either ALLWISE J100814.86+193454.8 or J100814.65+193458.7.
If this is an #overlap, then a possible host for the west lobe could be SDSS J100812.95+193450.8, which has a z_ph=0.241 ± 0.0544. This object has an ALLWISE reference, ALLWISE J100813.00+193451.3. There doesn't appear to be any radio references in NED or SIMBAD for this object.
There are a couple of radio references in SIMBAD for sources that appear to be in the middle of this emission. However, there doesn't appear to be SDSS objects listed at these locations. Although, as per the ARG comments left, this could be a #halo or #relic from a distant source. There is an object slightly north of the centre of this emission, but this doesn't appear to have a reference in SDSS. In terms of this being an #overlap of two emissions, there are ir sources at both of the locations of SDSS J100814.73+193456.8
and SDSS J100812.95+193450.8. And finally, there is always the possibility that SDSS J100814.73+193456.8 is the only host for these lobes, and this is a #one-sided emission.
As always, comments, suggestions, welcome.
I think the contour overlay makes much clearer what you might suspect from the ARG: that this is nice #NAT.
However, the host is a bit uncertain; SDSS J100814.73+193456.8 is the more plausible, but I thing the galaxy to its NW (zsp 0.198 SDSS J100814.58+193500.1) may (also) be (a) host.