Spiders in British Columbia

Spiders found in British Columbia include 64 unique species from confirmed sightings by contributing members of Spider ID. It is important to remember that spiders seen in British Columbia are not bound by the territorial lines decided on by humans, therefore their distribution is subject to change. Occasionally, spiders can be found well outside of their known range due to being intentionally or accidentally transported by humans in cars, luggage, and other belongings.


64 Species Found in British Columbia

British Columbia Sightings
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Picture of Phidippus johnsoni (Johnson Jumping Spider) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Eratigena duellica (Giant House Spider) - Dorsal,Webs Enlarge Picture
Picture of Habronattus hirsutus - Female - Eyes Enlarge Picture
Picture of Steatoda grossa (False Black Widow) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Sergiolus columbianus - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Parasteatoda tepidariorum (Common House Spider) - Female - Dorsal,Egg sacs Enlarge Picture
Picture of Callobius spp. - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Phidippus johnsoni (Johnson Jumping Spider) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider Enlarge Picture
Picture of Gnaphosidae (Stealthy Ground Spiders) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider Enlarge Picture
Picture of Phidippus johnsoni (Johnson Jumping Spider) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Eratigena duellica (Giant House Spider) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Callobius severus - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Callobius severus - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Habronattus hirsutus - Male - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Sergiolus montanus - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider Enlarge Picture
Picture of Eratigena duellica (Giant House Spider) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Eratigena duellica (Giant House Spider) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider Enlarge Picture
Picture of Drassyllus depressus - Female - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider Enlarge Picture
Picture of Habronattus ophrys - Male - Eyes Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider Enlarge Picture
Picture of Arctosa perita (Sand Bear Wolf Spider) - Male - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Antrodiaetus spp. - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Clubiona spp. (Leaf-curling Sac Spiders) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider Enlarge Picture
Picture of Platycryptus californicus - Male - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider Enlarge Picture
Picture of Pholcus phalangioides (Long-bodied Cellar Spider) - Male - Lateral Enlarge Picture
Picture of Pholcus phalangioides (Long-bodied Cellar Spider) Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider Enlarge Picture
Picture of Thomisidae (Crab Spiders) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Thomisidae (Crab Spiders) Enlarge Picture
Picture of Antrodiaetus pacificus - Male - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Cybaeus signifer - Female - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Philodromidae (Running Crab Spiders) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Dysdera crocata (Woodlouse Hunter) - Dorsal,Webs,In Retreat Enlarge Picture
Picture of Phidippus johnsoni (Johnson Jumping Spider) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Salticidae (Jumping Spiders) - Eyes Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider Enlarge Picture
Picture of Apollophanes margareta - Male - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Bassaniana utahensis (Utah Crab Spider) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture