I found this spider crawling in my dorm room today around 9am and I am unsure if these are poisonous
I’m from downtown area the urban areas of Northern California but was wondering if anyone seen this type of spider anywhere. The spider appears dark grayish with light tint of brown, legs appear to be thickness of a wooden pencil, and spans almost 2.5 inches long when it crawls, and I cant really count how many eyes it has...but here is a picture hopefully in good enough quality.
I'm certain you meant venomous. Spiders are never poisonous, just venomous. Also, there is no picture of a spider. So what is the game you're after, huh?
There are plenty of species of venomous spider in Northern California. But hey, if you leave the thing alone, I'm willing to bet it will leave you alone.
Have you ever considered talking sweet to one? Try it.
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