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Eratigena atrica or ... ? - Eratigena atrica

Eratigena atrica or ... ? - Eratigena atrica
Errington, Regional District of Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada
October 21, 2014
Size: ~15 mm
I've seen at least five of these large spiders in my house this fall. After viewing the images on this site, I suspect it is eratigena atrica, but I would appreciate some confirmation, as I really do not know much at all about arachnids (or insects or creepy crawly things in general).

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Does that mean I got it right?
Does that mean I got it right? :)

 
Yes,
I left my comment on the 4th image by mistake. Welcome to BugGuide. :)

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