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Resembles Xerolycosa miniata.
Female 5 to 7.5 mm.
reddish brown to grey-brown with faint chevrons and two rows of light dots. Sides with lighter spots. On the front two black-brown spots and a white tuft of hair between them.
black-brown with a yellow-brown median band and a yellow-brown band along the edge. This band runs from the back until about half way up the .
Legs and light brown with dark annulations.
Male 4.5 to 6 mm.
Markings and colours almost identical to the female.
Dry, sunny forest edges. Up to 1800 m.
Occurs in the whole of Europe.
Spring, summer and autumn.