Gladicosa gulosa

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Picture of Gladicosa gulosa - Male - Lateral

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Mine always look the same but other user pictures never are exactly alike. I don’t know for certain what spider this is. My info:
Apartment is half open ground level/half underground. Considered basement unit.
I saw this same quarter sized species 3 times over winter and now with climate changing twice in the past week.
They scurry from being under one to the other: under things like couches, beds, towels on floor, entertainment stands or blankets.
Never on top of anything I’ve witnessed; counters, beds, chairs etc.
I or dog have not yet noticed being bit by any.
They’re not very fast and easily killed.
They rather be left alone and don’t seem territorial or “threatened” when approached.
Never webbed.

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Hi, this is a Wolf Spider (Lycosidae), looks like a male Gladicosa gulosa.

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