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IdentificationThe sides of the face of males ("cheeks") often have an extra white stripe, the embolus is broader at the tip than in many other dendryphantines, and the epigynum has robust flaps covering the openings.
HabitatFoliage-dwelling. Some species prefer herbs or low shrubs (P. insignis), others understory vegetation (P. proterva), others open grassy habitats (P. galathea), while others are specialists on conifers (P. flavipedes and others).