Palp male: dorsally unicoloured, with white bristles. Tibia of palpal moderately thickened. Epigyne with 2 small, anteriorly open grooves indicated by broad elevation in anterior part of epigyne. Prosoma red-brown to black, margined with white hairs and with fine white median line. Legs red-brown, distinctly annulated. Opisthosoma very dark, anteriorly with bright transverse band, posteriorly with 2 large spots and an unpaired spot above spinnerets.Body length male: 3.0-4.0 mm
In scarce vegetation on sandy ground, in steppe meadow and in forest edges
Frequency: Rarely found
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