Tibial apophysis with ventral, broad, hook-shaped and distally rounded apophysis and a second one, originating retrolaterally, with tooth-like process. Embolus short, rectangularly projecting distally. Epigyne has a clip-like protrusion vertically, no epigynal groove. Vulva with 2 sac-like structures separated from each other. Prosoma black-brown, and in median and posterior field with spotted and V-shaped, white pattern. Sternum black-brown, black-brown margin. Female: scarcely spined. Chelicerae black-brown, strongly patterned yellow cream-coloured. Legs short and thick with dense, robust spines, spotted very dark and contrast-rich (white, black, brown) like remaining specimen. Opisthosoma anteriorly black, brown, spotted grey and cream-coloured, becoming brighter posteriorly. Female: with median lancet-like brightened area or posteriorly with inverse cream-coloured, triangular field. Spinnerets brown.
Prosoma brown, with white spots. Prosoma length: 1.95-2.1 m. Chelicerae and sternum brown, with white spots. Legs yellowish with brown and white spots, femora I and II sometimes completely brown on ventral side. Opisthosoma with variable pattern, but at least a white anterior spot on each side.Body length male: 3.8-4.5 mm
Prosoma length: 2.55 mm. Colouration as in males, but lighter.Body length female: 5.0-6.75 mm
under bark of pear trees, camouflaged due to its colour
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