AppearanceThey are sexually dimorphic and body length ranges from medium to large . Males have an overall reddish brown dorsum with distinct brightly colored hairs forming patches and lines. The body has short dense hair, prominently interspersed with long bright orange hairs. The posterior half of body has a distinct red line surrounded by red hairs. The Pedipalps are black, and the legs lack any distinct pattern. Females are similar to males, but the female's dorsum coloration may vary from greyish to reddish brown. Their legs are annulated with dark spots on bright regions, and there's prominent triangular patch on the venter between the epigastric furrow and spinnerets.
DistributionWest Malaysia-Cameron Highlands, Singapore, Sumatra in Indonesia and possibly Southern Thailand.
StatusWhile there are no threats known to this species, it is traded as a pet.
HabitatAdults are often seen on tree bark. Juveniles were found on leaf litter and leaves on shrubs.
PredatorsWhile there are no threats known to this species, it is traded as a pet.
EvolutionAdults are often seen on tree bark. Juveniles were found on leaf litter and leaves on shrubs.
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