Steatoda triangulosa
(Triangulate Cobweb Spider)

Picture ID 56897

Picture of Steatoda triangulosa (Triangulate Cobweb Spider) - Dorsal

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Its two spiders which literally chill beneath my head at my bed. About 10 cm from me.

I have no idea why they are so chill with me.

One of them disappeared for a few hours yesterday but he is back (:

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TangledWeb

Steatoda paykulliana? This photo is great! What did you use for a camera? Your method of leading us to the second photo by clicking on the country is effective (except for U.S. users), I haven’t seen anyone do it that way before. They are cobweaver spiders, there are many common terms for them. The cob webs that they make are distinctive in their messy and dusty look. They are messy so that they don’t look like structured spider webs to the prey. I read that there are triplines hidden in the messy web. Cobweavers have poor vision, they rely on… Read more »

BugmanDan

Hi. I can agree with this, I suggested our local spiders in the other post, in spite of getting access to my database, it can take a day sifting spiders for your location. Accurate though.

ItsyBitsy

Hi, see above image for ID. 🙂

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