Male palp with process of tegular apophysis, pointing basally. Epigyne with anteriorly divergent median part. Prosoma yellow-brown, whitish in eye region, medially with bright, serrated band, lateral stripes striking, consisting of ± single merging spots. Prosoma length: 2.7-3.7 mm. Legs yellowish, vaguely annulated. Opisthosoma blackish with yellow-greenish pattern, median longitudinal stripe merging anteriorly with 2 brighter spots.Body length male: 5 mm
on sandy grounds near flowing water
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