Pseudeuophrys vafra (Blackwall, 1867)

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Description of Pseudeuophrys vafra

Physical Characteristics

Female 4.5 to 5 mm.
Abdomen dark with orange and white hair in variable markings.
Carapace dark with orange and white hairs and a short white median band. Black at the rear.
Legs black-orange-white annulated.
Palps white.

Male 3 to 3.5 mm.
Resembles the female, but is on the whole more yellowish. Front legs are thickened and below the femora dark brown. Below the anterior eyes runs a bright yellow band. Palps also bright yellow.


On and around buildings and on rocks in warmer areas.


Common in the Mediterranean area and Madeira.


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