Male palp without tegular apophyses, but with transverse, sclerotised edge, prolateral area of tegulum apically protruding and strongly structured. Tibial apophysis bipartite, ventral apophysis hook-like bent, retrolateral apophysis broad, short in lateral view and with blunt tip. Conductor with whip-like swung embolus. Epigyne with circular to oval contour, flanked by wall-like ring, very variable depending on age. Vulva consists of an inverted triangular sac. Prosoma female: in different bright brown, white or fine black margined and distinctly separated in 3 broad longitudinal stripes. Eye field brown to dark brown or cream-beige, posterior median eyes surrounded by brown rings and 2 dark longitudinal lines in between. Male: dark to grey-brown, partly sand-brown, with broad longitudinal stripes. Sternum broad, almost round, median dark, brown and yellow-brown on margin. Chelicerae frontally dark brown or brown to cream-beige patterned and with fine spine, additional fine, shorter spines. Legs brown, dorsally very dark (female brighter) and with stripes.. Femur male: with bright, median longitudinal line. Opisthosoma slender, slightly longish shaped, anteriorly and laterally white, oval dirty dark brown, black-brown or black-grey, median with brown to brown-beige lancet-shaped area, 5 sigilla. Spinnerets pale grey to brown, partly surrounded by bright line.Body length male: 3.8-4.9 mm
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