Predator, but little information is known about specific prey. REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY
Female hooks chelicerae into dilations of male's flagellum. Then, male deposits spermatophore to substrate and pulls female over it. Afterwards, female lays 6-30 eggs, which are attached to ventral abdomen (gonopore) until they hatch. They have one embryonic and five postembryonic instars. Mature in 2-3 years.
CONSERVATION STATUS Not listed by the IUCN.
SIGNIFICANCE TO HUMANS None known. ♦
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