Pulchellodromus bistigma (Simon, 1870)

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Description of  Pulchellodromus bistigma

Physical Characteristics

Female 3 to 5 mm.
Abdomen reddish brown with two clear white spots on top which are defined on top by a smaller dark brown to black spot.
Carapace dark grey-brown with a white median band.
Legs and palps dark brown to dark grey-brown with clear light and dark annulations.

Male 3 to 4 mm.
Abdomen black with a white spot on the front and two white spots at the rear.
Carapace black with a white triangle on top and a narrow white band around.
Legs brown to almost black femora and thin light annulations.
Palps almost black with thin light annulations.


Warm areas. The specimen was found on the wall of a house. No further information about the habitat is known.


Occurs in the Mediterranean area.


The portrayed specimen has been found in June. No further information about the period is known.