Male palp with tegular apophysis appearing as round lamella in ventral view, with robust tooth in the middle. Epigyne with 2 anterior pockets, median septum long and wavy. Vulva with at least 2 times twisted entrance duct. Prosoma dark brown. Legs yellowish-brown. Femur laterally striped with black. Opisthosoma black-brown, with white haired cardiac mark, black margined, one yellow band on each side, touching each other anterior of spinnerets.Body length male: 4.1 mm
Predominantly in the mountains between 1500 and 2500 m. Rarely found.
Frequency: Rarely found
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