Like all Theriidae, this spider has a comb of 6 to 10 slightly curved hairs on tarsus IV. Females have globular abdomens. This specimen has a large, round abdomen that is mostly off-white, but is covered in black and brown spots. Unlike some spiders in this family, the males are only slightly smaller than the females. Females vary from 1.6 to 6 mm, and males from 1.2 to 4.7 mm.