Male palp with hook-shaped, lamella-like protrusion on the outside of tegular apophysis (in ventral view). Epigyne with an anterior pocket, with rounded corner, under which the median septum is folded. Entrance duct twisted once. Prosoma dark brown, long and slender. Prosoma length female: 2.3-2.5 mm, prosoma length male: 2.3-2.5 mm. Sternum yellowish-brown. Legs yellowish brown. Femur striped black laterally. Opisthosoma black-brown, with white-haired cardiac mark, black margined, laterally with one yellow band on each side touching each other anterior to the spinnerets.Body length male: 4.4 mm
in meadows, in dry and sandy areas, up to subalpine region. Not frequent.
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