IntroductionDiffers from pervaga in having less swollen carapace sides, an abdomen lacking the pale central stripe on the abdomen, wider embolus, weaker male cheek band, less dense band of dark hairs beneath male carapace side bands, darker and more robust epigynal flaps, and yellow female legs. Differs from tristis in having yellow legs, yellow male chelicerae, narrower embolus, dense covering of pale scales on female carapace, and shallower epigynal openings.
- Male face
- Female abdomen
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