Btw, I am new here and don’t know how to edit this into the submission so I will just say it here: The spider was found in my bedroom under a boot. It’s back is completely back, but the rest, including his legs is brown. It’s whole body surface looks very smooth. I want to know what kind of spider this is because it has quite big fangs, and I’ve never seen it before here. It is quite fast and betwenn 1 cm and 1,5 cm long. It does not seem to be very agressive although I poked it through… Read more »
You can add more pictures as new submissions and just reference that they are the same specimen. I can’t really be sure based on just this view, but it reminds me of Dysdera crocata, the Woodlouse Hunter.
Thank you very much for your answer & your help, but I researched and it turns out it’s Zelotes subterraneus, and a female. I set it free in my garden this morning.
I’m so glad you found what you were looking for. I didn’t even look at your location when suggesting an ID. Oops.