Daughter was taking a bath and said it crawled out of facet.
It’s light tan color with brown spots on it’s body and legs.
Hi. I think this is juvenile, one of the lobed orb weavers, Argiope argentata or close kin.
I don’t know iut didn’t look like that alive. The face was on the left side. It had a regular bulb shaped back with brown spots on it’s legs and back
OK, my bad, I will have to go back to my book,one I don’t know.
Hi, welcome to Spider ID. 🙂 This is a Spitting Spider (Scytodes sp.).
Yes it looked like that. Probably lighter cause it was drowning in water. Are they posionious and should I be on the look out for more?
Like most spiders they have venom but are not considered to be of medical significance to people. If you see a lot of them indoors I’d be more concerned about whatever it is they’re preying on. You can reduce the number of spiders you see indoors by sealing cracks around floors, doors, windows, foundation etc., vacuum everywhere and empty the canister outside.
Hi. I can see this now,an optical illusion for me. If this helps, these are not medically significant. I have never heard of them biting humans. I have handled a few of these,had one spit venom on my hand with no effect.Near Dallas, I had a S.thoracica lived in my living room, a polite guest ate its share of ants and roaches. Yours could be Scytodes univittata species,another I have been up close and personal with. Having one about would be more benefit than threat if you can tolerate spiders.Not likely to be in numbers,these don’t play well with other… Read more »