Length: 12-16 mm
The scutellum of Rhiginia cruciata is at least partly black, and there is a two-lobed dark spot on the the posterior lobe of the pronotum. The legs are yellowish-brown marked with black.
Blatchley (1926) reported that an occasional female is almost wholly dark.
The species has been collected most often from under logs; it is occasionally swept from vegetation.
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