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The cephalothorax is rising steadily from the rear edge to the eye region which slightly projects forwards. From above, it is almost circular rising steadily from the rear edge to the eye region which slightly projects forwards. From above, it is almost circular and about as wide as long, widely truncated at the rear and somewhat pointed at the front. From above, the abdomen is almost symmetrical diamond shaped, wider than long, with rounded corners. From side, abdomen is clearly raised and the pedicel is located roughly midway between the highest points of abdomen. The legs are thin, not particularly long, apparently free of spines, and pale yellow in colour. There are black dots on the two rounded shoulders and the posterior tip of abdomen.
Small plants and shrubs.
Spotted on Aug 15, 2011
Submitted on Aug 29, 2012