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ID a Spider (NE US PA)?

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Old 06-22-2009, 04:18 PM
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Default ID a Spider (NE US PA)?

With all the rain we've had a large number of spiders make their way into our house. We recently had a few spiders that have taken over.

Little over quarter of an inch (.25 inches)
The abdomen is black with white markings
The prosoma is red in color
The legs are red and black

We also live in Northeastern Pennsylvania
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