Prosoma olive brown. Basal segments of chelicerae and pedipalps yellowish brown or orange-brown. Median stripe on prosoma bright, small and indistinct, with two dark longitudinal patterns. Laterals of prosoma with many radially scattered black bands or spots. Sternum entirely black. Fovea visible. Cephalic region higher than thoracic region. Distance between posterior lateral eyes larger than between anterior lateral eyes. Surroundings of anterior lateral eyes dark. Chelicerae hairy. Legs thick and strong, greyish olive brown. Legs black spotted or annulated, hairy, with dorsal spines. Trochanters ventrally black. Opisthosoma dark olive brown. Folium anteriorly with black pattern, medially often with undulated indistinct dorsal band with white spots, posteriorly with some horizontal white lines. Ventral side of opisthosoma dark.Body length female: 18-31 mm
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