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South Texas Spider - Steatoda triangulosa

South Texas Spider - Steatoda triangulosa
San Patricio County, Texas, USA
January 1, 2005
Size: ? Corn Kernel ?
Can anyone tell me what kind of spider this is? Found it in my house but couldn't find it anywhere on the internet..

Thanks!
Thanks Eric! Much Appreciated! =)

Cobweb weaver.
I know this one:-) This is Steatoda triangulosa. Those wavy bands are distinctive. Family Theridiidae, same family as widows. These guys are harmless.

 
And...if I could add.....they
And...if I could add.....they are one of the primary predators of the infamous Hobo Spider.

 
related?
Eric, Is this one a relative?

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