You mean that you have found a picture of one of Michaels' whip spiders that is comparable to your specimen....You have not identified it, trust me All I can say about your picture in your thread is that your whip spider looks like a Damon species.Thanks for the great pics! I was just trying to identify mine and think I have now.
ID: Sarax sp. nov. Panay = Sarax curioi Giupponi and Miranda, 2012banshee said:Sarax sp. nov. Panay
Juveniles I think? I'm wondering if the Samar cave specimen does have troglobitic adaptations, ea. lighter pigmentation, longer legs yet of the same breeding population as of that forest specimen.Philippines special part I
Charon cf.grayi Panay
Charon cf.grayi Sohoten cave-Samar
Charon cf.grayi Santol cave-Luzon
Charon cf.grayi Puning cave-Bulacan