Tegenaria domestica (aka “barn funnel weaver”) is probably the most widely distributed species within Colorado, although it is native to Europe. Barn Funnel Weaver (Tegenaria domestica) The Barn Funnel Weaving Spider is a species of common spiders found in many places across the world and are known in different names including Domestic House Spider in Europe, Common House Spider in the Pacific Northwest, as well as Drain Spider and Lesser European House Spider.

Other funnel weavers common along the Front Range and West Slope are Agelenopsis oklahoma and Hololena hola. Tegenaria duellica, T. saeva and T. atrica are all of a similar size and cannot be reliably separated without examining the genitalia. La définition et la composition des genres Aterigena, Eratigena, Malthonica et Tegenaria a été revue par Bolzern, Burckhardt et Hänggi en 2013 [3]. T. saeva has a distribution covering Wales, Western and Northern Britain and has also not been confirmed in VC55.
The females spend most of their lives in the webs, ... which resembles this spider, the domestic house spider does not have a dangerous bite. I have a load of spiders running round my house this time of year ranging from noble false widows (steatoda nobilis) to garden spiders (Araneus diadematus.Anyway, i took this pic of a house spider and cant decide whether its Tegenaria domestica or Tegenaria duellica. Hobo spider (Tegenaria agrestis) This species was first reported at Seattle (USA) in 1930 but did not become common in the Pacific Northwest until the 1960s.

and also what do they eat and what is there natural habitat? It's time to set the record straight about the hobo spider. funnel weaver spiders, with Tegenaria domestica the single most common species collected. The picture is a bit too blurry, but based on the coloration, the striped legs, and the general body shape, it looks like one of the common house spiders, genus Tegenaria. It was not until the 1980s, however, that it was confirmed as the cause of bites previously attributed to Loxosceles reclusa. Tegenaria domestica (Barn Funnel Weaver) has been sighted in the following countries: Canada, Denmark, Finland, United States. The only possibly venemous spider in your area that looks like this would be the hobo spider, Tegenaria agrestis (Agelenidae). Small House Spider Tegenaria domestica (Clerck, 1757) kingdom Animalia - animals » phylum Arthropoda - arthropods » class Arachnida - arachnids » order Araneae - spiders » family Agelenidae - funnelweb spiders » genus Tegenaria hi i been trying to find out what this spider is i was told here that its a Tegenaria gigantea so i googled and found that they gave me the correct answer, now i want to know if they can bite us humans if anyone been bitten does it hurt and can it make us sick? can these spiders be aggressive towards us? Domestic house spiders can live for as long as seven years, producing upwards of nine egg sacs before re-mating.