Prosoma and opisthosoma black. Palps conspicuously long, massive and strong, black with long hairs. Patella spoon-shaped, thick. Tibia 5x longer than thick and bent saber-like.
prosoma length: 4-5 mm, prosoma width: 3.0-3.6 mm.Body length male: 9 mm
Prosoma black. Opisthosoma almost black or black-brown, dorsally 5 pairs of white or yellow spots, with short, black hairs. Opisthosoma ventrally black-brown. Spinnerets black. Epigyne slightly wider than long. Median chitinous bar, which is slightly widened posteriorly and sharply protruding. Laterally of this bar are two large, deep openings. Receptacula with simple, short ducts.
prosoma length: 4.0-4.8 mm, prosoma width: 3.0-3.5 mm.Body length female: 10 mm
Prefers sunny and sandy slopes. Under stones or in ground cavities.
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