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Spider BG507 - Cheiracanthium

Spider BG507 - Cheiracanthium
Baton Rouge, La Crete Lane at I10, East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana, USA
October 14, 2006
Size: body length 5.3 mm.
We believe this may be in the genus Cheiracanthium.
Found in shelter on Goldenrod.
Confirmation/correction would be appreciated.
Gayle

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Looks like a yellow sac spide
Looks like a yellow sac spider to me! Be careful!

Moved
Moved from Strotarchus. ID switched back based on new information about the clypeus. See

Moved

Spider
This looks like a sac spider to me. They are everywhere, inside and out.

 
cheiracanthium spp.
Also known as the black-footed spider, or prowling spider, family miturgidae. Originally placed in family clubionidae, now moved to (Miturgidae).

 
Thanks Jeffrey, Please see comments
by clicking on the following image

 
we have far to many in my hou
we have far to many in my house haha. from what I understand, people who are often diagnosed with a brown recluse bite have actually been bitten by one of these.

 
Sac spider
I love spiders, but this type, as well as "lampshade" spiders, are my least favorites. Yes, they are everywhere!

 
Spider Bite
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