Hairy body and bearded face; humped back; slender, tapered abdomen; long legs for holding onto prey; two large compound eyes. Males have grabbing pincers at the tip of their abdomen used during mating. Females have pointy ovipositors used to lay eggs in the sand or decaying wood.
Active in warm seasons. Perches in wait for prey, catches it in midair, and then injects it with paralyzing and digesting enzymes to suck out the liquefied insides.
Insects such as flies, spiders, moths, bees, and grasshoppers.
Warm regions with vegetation and insects, including Ajloun, Amman and Petra.