Conductor with massive and twisted terminal part. Embolus long, bent, reaching tibia. Epigyne posteriorly with 2 small, dark structures. Vulva with relatively thick and convoluted entrance ducts. Prosoma yellowish-brown, with dark radial stripes. Sternum yellow-brown, with fine, dark spots. Legs bright yellowish brown. Opisthosoma blackish brown with bright chevrons.Body length male: 1.5-2 mm
under stones and bark
Frequency: Very rarely found
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