Prosoma olive-brown, 0.36 mm long. Sternum unpigmented. Clypeus high, concave. Legs darkly annulated, coxae unpigmented. Metatarsus I: with thorn. Opisthosoma oblique oval, markedly higher than long, but without tubercle.Body length male: 0.8 mm
Epigyne with long scapus. Prosoma 0.4 mm long. Sternum a little longer than wide. Eyes: AME one diameter apart, almost contiguous to ALE, PME scarcely closer to each other than to PLE. Clypeus concave. Chelicerae: anterior margin with 3 teeth, posterior margin with one tooth. Opisthosoma brown, dorsally with 3 pairs of white blotches, lighter below and behind.Body length female: 1.2 mm
In dry litter, between branches, under stones, in oak, chestnut and pine forests. This species builds a small orb web.
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