Chelicerae moderately strong with tree teeth in the outer end up to six teeth in the inner row. Labium, much longer than broad, reaching further than mid-point of maxillae. Legs with scopulae on tarsi and apical half of metatarsi I and II. pedipalp with brushes of stridulating hairs. Conductor is wide, terminal apophysis thick and strong. Tibial apophysis hook like, with rounded tip.
prosoma length: 2.6 mm, prosoma width: 2.2 mm.Body length male: 5.5-6.5 mm
Chelicerae moderately strong with tree teeth in the outer and up to six teeth in the inner row. Labium, much longer than broad, reaching further than mid-point of maxillae. Legs with scopulae on tarsi and apical half of metatarsi I and II. Epigyne wider than long.
prosoma length: 2.5 mm, prosoma width: 2.2 mm.Body length female: 7-9.5 mm
On leaves of trees and bushes.
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