Male palp with small basal tubercles on radix. Epigyne with weakly forwardly bent posterior margin, sclerotised posterior margin of epigynal groove 1-2 times as wide as diameter of groove. Prosoma brown, with slender, black margin. Sternum brown, tinged with black, margin black. Chelicerae dark brown. Legs brown, all segments darker distally. Opisthosoma grey, dorsally with vague folium.Body length male: 2.5-3 mm
Amongst grass in sunny and warm places
Frequency: Very rarely found
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