Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Male has two forms: the first has a black body, pale yellowish legs and three small tufts of black hair on the cephalothorax (fig. 1); the second form has a grayish body with red, white, and black markings (fig. 2). The female resembles the second form with faint V-shaped markings and a paler abdomen.
(Fig. 1) (Fig. 2)
New England south to Georgia, west to Nebraska and Oklahoma