Ozyptila confluens (C. L. Koch, 1845)

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Description of Ozyptila confluens

Physical Characteristics

Female 5 to 6 mm.
Abdomen yellow-brown to pinkish brown with dark brown markings.
Carapace yellow-brown with two broad dark-brown longitudinal bands which extends beyond the eye area and a thin white band along the bottom.
Legs yellow-brown with dark brown spots. Tibiae and metatarsi uniformly dark and with strong spines.
Palps yellow-brown with dark brown spots and spines.

Male length unknown.
Markings and colours almost identical to the female, but darker. Pair of legs I and II and palps uniformly dark. Pair of legs III and IV uniformly yellow-brown with dark brown spots.


The portrayed specimen has been found under a stone. No further information about the habitat is known.


Occurs in the Mediterranean area.


Almost all year.