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Please identify this spider - Scytodes thoracica

Please identify this spider - Scytodes thoracica
Farmington, Wayne County, Michigan, USA
June 23, 2011
Size: body approx. 1/4" to 1/2"
On my bathroom wall in Michigan; however, I was in Mexico a couple weeks ago, so maybe it's a stowaway?

Moved
Moved from Scytodes. ID based on range and pattern.

Moved
Moved from ID Request. I'm not sure which species right now. I hope you don't mind I rotated and cropped your image.

Reminds me of
a Spitting Spider:



If that's right (wait for expert confirmation/correction) they're native, and they're not dangerous (in case you were wondering).

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