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Perry, FL

January 13, 2013
8:24 PM

Post #9384128

I know the pics are blurry but need ID help. Finding these all over, in house and outside. New to the south and hate spiders! Spider appears to be grey with a large black spot on its back. Size of a penny.
Thanks in advance!

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Minot, ND

January 14, 2013
7:48 AM

Post #9384502

Jumping spider - not dangerous - see for an example.
Corpus Christi, TX

January 14, 2013
9:53 AM

Post #9384634

Agreed. Jumping spider. Had these all over when I lived in IL- they were the nice spiders (brown recluse not so much). I tended to let these be since they NEVER bit me and often ran away when I came near. Plus, I think they helped keep some of the nastier bugs away so I thought it was a good deal :)

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