Tibial apophysis bent towards bulbus. Embolus twisted around bulbus, its base covered. Epigyne with slit-like groove. Prosoma dark with red-green metallic sheen. Legs reddish brown.Body length male: 4-6 mm
On bark of spruce, at woodsheds
Frequency: Rarely found
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