Males 3.1 to 3.8 mm; Females 4 to 5.4 mm. Prosoma with orange-brown lateral stripes. Opisthosoma yellowish with bright chevrons. Legs pale, greenish.
Other Philodromus species.
Confirmation of this species requires examination of the genitalia of mature specimens.
Usually found in woodland or hedgerows on the lower branches of broad-leaved trees such as oak at the edge of clearings or rides.
Adults found from May to July with a peak in June.
Mostly confined to south-east England but probably spreading north west.
Rarely recorded in Leicestershire and Rutland
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