Tibial apophysis symmetrical, pointed. Epigyne with heart-shaped epigynal plate, with a protrusion. Prosoma black, with silver-white longitudinal band. Legs brown, with black spots and annulations. Opisthosoma mostly black, dorsally with reddish brown longitudinal band that is sometimes white spotted on margins. Spinnerets strikingly long.Body length male: 5.7-8 mm
In small funnel webs, in sunny forest edges and on walls of buildings
Frequency: very frequent in some places
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