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Resembles Pseudeuophrys erratica.
Female 4 to 5 mm.
Abdomen brown with light hairs and a faint light median band. The contrast of the markings may vary in each individual.
Carapace brown to black with a light median band which becomes wider towards the eyes and from there it covers the entire top of the head. Light hairs along the sides and below the anterior eyes.
Legs light-dark annulated.
Palps which almost white hairs.
Male approximately 4 mm.
Basic colour a lot darker than in females. The light markings on the abdomen and carapace are almost white. Legs less clear annulated and front legs almost entirely black. Palps white.
In and around buildings and gardens.
Common in Central and Southern Europe.