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Resembles Clubiona comta, but is clearly larger.
Female 7 to 11 mm.
Abdomen glossy grey-brown haired with light brown fringed dark cardiac mark and light brown chevrons behind it narrowing towards the spinnerets.
Carapace reddish or yellowish brown with a very thin dark band along the edge.
Legs and palps reddish or yellowish brown with slightly darker metatarsi and tarsi.
Male 7 to 10 mm.
Markings and colours almost identical to the female.
Under bark of mainly conifers and under stones. Up to 1,200 m.
Common in the whole of Europe.
Spring and summer.