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Strongly resembles other Oxyopes species, especially Oxyopes lineatus.
Female approximately 6 mm.
light brown with a brown, white outlined and a light brown longitudinal band which extends from there to the . Slanting dark brown and white spots along the sides.
with greenish sides, on top brownish haired with two broad white longitudinal bands which start from the upper eyes and converge to each other up to almost the back.
Legs and greenish with long black spines.
Male 4 to 5 mm.
black with two white lines that form an oval shape at the front and converge to each other in one white line which extends to the .
black with two broad white longitudinal bands which start from the upper eyes and converge to each other up to almost the back.
Legs greenish with long black spines.
In warm areas on low plants and shrubs.
Occurs in the Mediterranean area, but not common.