Prosoma reddish brown to chestnut brown, sides covered with small warts. Prosoma length: 1.39 mm. Chelicerae chestnut brown, promargin with 3 teeth, increasing in size towards base of fang, retromargin with 2 teeth. Sternum smooth, yellow-brown, with some small pits. Legs I-II ochre, legs III-IV pale yellow. Opisthosoma grey with a longitudinal, dagger-shaped dark grey mark enclosed between two oval white spots in anterior half and 4-6 white chevrons in posterior quarter, dorsal scutum absent.Body length male: 2.40-3.10 mm
Prosoma reddish brown, entirely covered with small warts. Prosoma length: 1.40 mm. Chelicerae as in males. Sternum smooth with some small pits, brown, margin darker. Legs and opisthosoma as in males.Body length female: 2.6-3.8 mm
In litter layer of sunny slopes with open vegetation and vineyards.
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