Male palp with 2 projections distally on tibia. Epigyne with median part approximately as large as epigynal groove. Prosoma yellow to reddish, with serrated median band, laterally with stripes consisting of 4-5 bright, irregular and ± merging dots. Prosoma length: around 3.8 mm. Legs yellowish, annulated basally. Opisthosoma reddish brown with bright longitudinal stripe, posteriorly with one row of small spots separated by transverse lines.Body length male: 4.8 mm
In dry and sandy habitats, under stones and in grass, also in coniferous forest and on mountain slopes
Frequency: Rarely found
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