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Giant House Spider (Tegenaria gigantea) - Eratigena duellica - female

Giant House Spider (Tegenaria gigantea) - Eratigena duellica - Female
Bay Center 98527 Willapa, Pacific County, Washington, USA
June 7, 2011
Size: body length ~20mm
Large size something like T. gigantea? 1/4 inch (6.35mm) graph paper in background for scale.
Locality: Coastal SW Washington State at the edge of Willapa Bay geo:lat=46 37.273 geo:lon=-123 56.814
One of about 90 species of 'European House Spiders' (Tegenaria) that build funnel webs in dark, moist rooms or cellars or in quarries or woods. Most the species of Tegenaria are European.

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Giant House Spider (Tegenaria gigantea)
Yes I agree. Your location with that size makes it very likely T. gigantea.

Maybe a wolf spider (Lycosidae)?
I'm no expert so am likely wrong...

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