The legs are also dull black and, like the cephalothorax, turn brown in alcohol.
The cephalothorax is a little narrower behind than it is in crocata.
The cephalothorax is nearly as wide as long and covered with silvery white hairs, except around the eyes.
The abdomen is a little longer and wider than the cephalothorax (fig. 131).
The cephalothorax is dark brown, with traces of darker lines in the middle and at its sides.
The top of the cephalothorax between the eyes is nearly square.
The cephalothorax is high in the middle where it rests against the abdomen very much as it is in gibberosa (fig. 412).
The cephalothorax and legs to the end of the tibia are black.
The cephalothorax is dark reddish brown, slightly rough in the females and with sharp points along the sides in the males.
The abdomen is as wide as the cephalothorax and a little longer.