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Photo#78857
Steatoda grossa - female

Steatoda grossa - Female
King County, Washington, USA
September 3, 2006
Size: Body approx 1/2 inch
This spider is living in my basement right next to a hole that leads to the outside. I'm almost 100% positive that she's a S. grossa. This is from your site as well as a local guy who has his own site and his info was from the University of WA (I forgot to look up the Arachnologist's name, so will edit when I get a chance to look it up). By the way, her name is Grodie.

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