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Reminds of Aculepeira ceropegia.
Female 5 to 11 mm.
Abdomen orange-brown with a white to yellow oak leaf-shaped figure with an orange-brown longitudinal stripe in the centre.
Carapace grey with a thin dark grey median band and a thin grey band along the sides.
Legs and palps yellowish to orange with a few dark annulations.
Male 4 to 6.5 mm.
Markings and colours almost identical to the female.
Dry and wet areas in low vegetation. Especially in heathlands.
Common in the whole of Europe. Rarer in the south.