Bulbus distally with large, hook-shaped apophysis. Epigyne equal or more than two times as wide as long. Prosoma red-brown, with fine, dark margin and dark median line. Sternum almost black. Chelicerae dark red-brown. Legs dark red-brown, sometimes annulated with black or spotted. Opisthosoma grey, yellow or black, with pattern, ventrally with broad, black median stripe.Body length male: 6 mm
in the mountains mostly above 1000 m, on buildings, rocks, trees and bushes
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Pesarini C (unpubl.)