Does this help?do u have a better pix of the pedipalpal spines? Looks more like another Phrynichinae...like Phrynichus, not like Damon.
Yay! I was rightyes, this is better.
However, an ID is still not possible, but it is Damon species belonging to the west African group (medius, johnstonii, tibialis, etc.)
I seem to remember that it's almost impossible to differentiate without a specimen in hand, but I could be wrong.What differentiates between the west African sp.? Locality?