Tibial apophysis with median process, stretched, straight. Vulva with entrance ducts almost rectangularly bent laterally on posterior end. Prosoma yellow-brown, female: with dark brown head region. Sternum yellow-brown. Chelicerae brown. Legs yellow-brown, to brown. Opisthosoma yellow-grey with dark grey pattern.Body length male: 3.95-6.25 mm
In litter of deciduous trees and amongst grass
Frequency: Not frequent
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