Cheiracanthium mildei
(Long-legged Sac Spider)

Picture ID 16363

Picture of Cheiracanthium mildei (Long-legged Sac Spider) - Male - Dorsal

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Long-legged Sac Spider?

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AntLoveForever
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I think that would be the long legged sac spider although Hibana incursa looks extremely similar but the incursa has stripes on the side of the head which I don’t see from this picture but I definitely could be wrong.

ItsyBitsy
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Hi, your image has been filed. (See above image for ID.) 🙂

20gaugeSage
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Are these dangerous? I have them all over my house in CO

BugmanDan
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Hi. No, these are not dangerous, they were thought to cause a minor skin injury inn the past, but research has shown that not to be the case.
For a house spider though, they can be bitey if trapped against the skin, maybe a brief sting and lingering itch, but no harm done.
I have a few about and just ignore them,never been much nuisance.

20gaugeSage
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That’s a relief. Thank you!

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