Picture ID 161019

Picture of unidentified spider

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I killed one last month same type of spider only the previous one was much much bigger, but that last one was identified as a long-legged wolf spider! While I could be mistaken I continue to find these guys in my bathtub or sink and the day before I killed the first spider, I found the largest house centipede I've ever laid my eyes on dead in the exact same spot that I then found the large spider in the next day??? Very perculoar incident and behavior if you ask me??? I thought house centipedes actually eat spiders?!?! Guess the big one packed too much of a punch!!! Too bad I don't get them fighting on video that would've been something! Well hope someone can help! Thanks again everyone!

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  • Submitted: Aug 5, 2022
  • Photographed: Aug 5, 2022
  • Spider: Unidentified
  • Location: Ramsey, New Jersey, United States
  • Spotted Indoors: Sink or bathtub
  • Found in web?: No
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It’s an immature male… I think a funnel weaver, such as Coras or Tegenaria. Could you flip it over? It would be much easier to ID from the top side.