This spider is widespread in southern England , but less so in Wales or further north, where it seems to restrict itself to coastal areas. Females may be up to 5 mm long while the males grow to about 3 mm. The males have orange rings round their forward looking eyes and have orange pedipalps with white hairs extending over the tops. This feature is employed to good effect during his mating dance.
|Head and chelicerae of male Euophrys frontalis||Chelicerae of a female Euophrys frontalis||Left Pedipalp (male sexual organ) of Euophrys frontalis|
|Epigyne (female sexual organ) of Euophrys frontalis||Spinnerets of an immature Euophrys frontalis||Tarsal claw of an immature Euophrys frontalis|