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Insect and Spider Identification: SOLVED: Several spiders for ID

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United Kingdom

February 18, 2013
10:31 AM

Post #9423146

Hello, guys. Was wondering if you could help me identifying these spiders. First two were found next to my house in the back garden. The last one inside my flat, behind the fridge (not the cleanest place, hehe).

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Minot, ND

February 18, 2013
12:30 PM

Post #9423288

The first two are funnel weavers in the genus Tegenaria, such as the giant house spider -
The third one is a cobweb spider in the genus Steatoda, likely Steatoda grossa -
Neither are dangerous to humans.
United Kingdom

February 19, 2013
3:22 AM

Post #9423962

Thanks a lot, mate.

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