Cymbium longer than male palpal tibia. Conductor distally bent hook-like. Epigyne with large epigynal groove, anterior margin angular. Prosoma dark brown to black, with fine wrinkles. Sternum dark brown to black, slightly wrinkled. Chelicerae shining brown, very robust. Legs dark brown to black, robust, all segments distally lighter brown sometimes. Opisthosoma almost black, with characteristic white, yellowish or reddish pattern.Body length male: 3.3-5.8 mm
In scarce vegetation near the ground in dry and sunny localities, in the mountains up to 2600 m. This species feeds mainly on ants. Egg sac contains 30 to 50 eggs, they are covered with earth.
Frequency: Widely distributed
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