Stays in our bathroom sink.
Tegenaria domestica (Barn Funnel Weaver)
Nice find, the bites are less than a bee sting so not to worry. I’m 99% sure it is a Barn Funnel Weaver, though the legs almost seem to hairy.
See for yourself below:
To me, your picture doesn’t look like mine. The body is skinnier than in your picture. I know VERY little about spiders, so I don’t know if this is a male or female, young or adult. But it stays in the sink and has been there almost 1 week.
I’ll keep researching, most female spiders have big abdomens or are just bigger, maybe it’s a male.
Hi there! Good work. I agree that it belongs to Family Agelenidae, the grass funnel weavers. The long spinnerets are a telltale sign. Also, just in case it helps, I’d say the bulbous pedipalps indicate that this is a male.
We just found an identical spider on the wall in a bedroom this morning. Very interested in knowing what it is and if we need to be alarmed.