Bulb 1 mm long. Prosoma 3.4 mm long. Prosoma red-brown, dark, wrinkled. Chelicerae longer than width of head region. Opisthosoma with darkened region around epigastric furrow.Body length male: 5-9 mm
Prosoma dark brown, covered with fine grains, with a longitudinal furrow. Prosoma 3.1 mm long. Eyes: PME slightly smaller than PLE, anteriors at least one diameter apart. Chelicerae very long, with 3 teeth. Legs: posterior tibia with 3 to 5 spines, posterior metatarsus with 8 or more spines.Body length female: 5-9 mm
In coniferous or deciduous forests, shrubs, semi-dry grasslands, under stones or in litter.
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