Bulbus distally broad spoon-shaped. Epigyne without sclerotised external parts. Prosoma light red, pale. Tibia I with 5 pairs of ventral spines. Opisthosoma brighter than prosoma.Body length male: 1.6-1.8 mm
In buildings, old collections, paper etc., feeds possibly on booklice, nocturnal, strikingly slow movements with fast sprints, several cocoons with only 2 eggs
Since a few decades, this species shows some spreading tendencies within Europe. Nevertheless, it shall not be listed as alien or invasive because it is native for Europe.
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