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House Spider Survey specimens

Please send us your house spider pictures! You can submit house spider records to our survey at www.societyofbiology.org/spider or via our app 'Spider in da house'. Here are some of the beauties we've received already. Thanks goes to Dr Geoff Oxford for helping with some of the identifications.

Species: Tegenaria sp. Credit: Bob Brewer

Species: Tegenaria sp. Credit: Bob Brewer

Species: Tegenaria sp. Credit: Bob Brewer

Species: Tegenaria sp. Credit: Bob Brewer

Species: female Araneus diadematus - the Garden Cross spider Credit: Kim Ball

Species: female Araneus diadematus - the Garden Cross spider Credit: Kim Ball

Species: female Araneus diadematus - the Garden Cross spider Credit: Kim Ball

Species: Tegenaria sp. Credit: Leanne Cherrett

Species: Tegenaria sp. Credit: Leanne Cherrett

Species: Sitticus pubescens Credit: Karen Wilson

Species: Tegenaria sp. Credit: Alice Kirby

Species: A mature Segestria florentina Credit: Richard Garnish

Species: Tegenaria sp. Credit: Sam Taylor

Species: Tegenaria sp. Credit: Sarah Young

Species: S. florentina – not fully grown Credit: Stacey Drury

Species: Steatoda grossa female with egg sac Credit: Steve

Species: Tegenaria sp. Credit: Tom Scholes

Species: female Araneus diadematus - the Garden Cross spider Credit: James Walsh

Species: Not actually a spider, but a Harvestman, Odiellus spinosus Credit: Martin Domingues

Species: female Zygiella x-notata Credit: Peter

Species: Female Amaurobius similis or A. fenestralis Credit: Tom Scholes

Species: Tegenaria sp. Credit: Angela Sams

Species: Steatoda nobilis male Credit: Santjie Spear

Species: Tegenaria sp. Credit: Tamzin Smith

Species: Tegenaria sp. Credit: Tamzin Smith