Male palp brown. Tibial apophysis approximately as long as wide. Epigyne with strongly sclerotised median part of posterior margin. Prosoma yellow-brown, with black margin. Chelicerae dark. Legs yellowish. Opisthosoma with median band and brown arched line.Body length male: 5 mm
In grass heathland under stones and in block fields, Alps, low mountain range, Carpathians and High Sudeten Mountains (Riesengebirge).
Figure by Schenkel (1925) sub C. alpicola a. sp. affinis.
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