Salticus cingulatus (Panzer, 1797)

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Description of Salticus cingulatus

Physical Characteristics

Female 5 to 6 mm.
Abdomen predominantly white haired with black triangles in the midline with a light interior.
Carapace approximately the same markings as in Salticus scenicus, however, less clear and area around the anterior eyes less white haired.
Legs light-dark annulated.
Palps white.

Male 4 to 5 mm.
Strongly resembles the male of Salticus scenicus. Legs, however, clearly annulated.


Mainly on the bark of trees and on fences.


Common in the whole of Europe.


Spring and summer.