Spider was indoors in a shirt.
Hi, definitely better outdoors than in a shirt. This is probably Dysdera crocata, a woodlouse hunter. They have relatively big fangs for the size of the spider. The fangs move toward each other in the horizontal plane to pinch, puncture, inject venom, and crush or cut the abdomen of its prey. Most spiders evolved to settle for just the puncture and injection fang action.
Hi TangledWeb! 🙂
Thank you so very much for the ID!!!!
I’ve not seen this particular spider around this area in the 13 years I’ve lived here so I was stumped.
Super cool website, my friend recommended it to me in order to try and figure this out.
Hi, you’re very welcome! I chose to be part of this website because it allows for quick responses, discussions, and individual personalities that make it fun. “Welcome to my parlor said the spider to the fly..”