- External morphology
Lateral palps, large size. 43 mm x 33 mm.
With external morphology essentially identical to Megapanis hursti and Megapanis gregjubyi, M. huningi clearly is a close relative of both. M. huningi however displays an oral groove more rectangular than either. Several specimens of M. huningi have been examined and all bear obscure blotchy tribal markings on one side and several rough growths on the opposite side suggesting that a cape or similar appendage was once attached. No clues yet as to what the appendage may have been. Discovered and described by occlupanologist C. Huning of DWORC. Field researcher M. Radzilowski discovered one such specimen attached to a bale of hay at a pet store in Florida.