Comments & ID Thoughts
Found Inside house near window. Caught on sticky pad below window. 1/2 size of my pinky finger nail. Is this a wolf spider? A baby one? Does that mean more are here?
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- Submitted: Dec 1, 2019
- Photographed: Nov 30, 2019
- Spider: Tigrosa annexa
- Location: Hoover, Alabama, United States
- Spotted Indoors: Other
- Found in web?: No
- Attributes: Dorsal
Anyone? Baby wolf spider? If it is a baby, does that indicate there might be more? Thanks to all who can help me!
I’m not sure. They don’t climb well, but grass spiders do and they look similar. The pedipalps on this one look too long for a Wolf Spider. The hatchlings of Wolf Spiders ride around on their mother until they are old enough to live independently. They scatter outdoors to new places. Neither type of spider is dangerous to people. They can be scoped up and put outdoors. Since you have a sticky pad under the window I’m guessing that there is a problem with the window frame and insects. Some spiders follow insects. Fixing the window would help. So, I… Read more »
It looks like a grass spider – but the one in the photo has more of a round body near the end and the grass spider’s body’s end looks more pointed. Am I wrong? Ugh and thanks for help
Tigrosa annexa (Wolf Spider)