@Dawnes1221 understandable, though I have read that they (if it is the brown widow) don't inject nearly as much venom as a black widow, and the bites rarely cause any big reaction at all (other than itching and redness and unless allergic ofc ) .. I'd love to see some more of them if you feel brave
here is the best I could get, it is very tiny, it's abdomen is about the size of the circumference of a grain of rice, or smaller. It is possible that it doesn't have the hour glass yet, since it is so young, but I do believe there is some orange on its abdomen. Also, I am colorblind, so also am not sure if it is red or brown. I live in a part of Texas where Widows are very densely populated. This is one of the smaller ones I have found around my home, I will share as I come across more.
Update, after I had the short and pretty unremarkable photoshoot with little miss widow, I checked around my house to see if I could find a better specimen and here is what I found!
This one was about the body size or a petite sweet pea. I could only get its top photographed, but it lived in my window sill right now (after I already killed one that was living there a while back,) so I will keep an eye on her the next week to see if a better photo op will present itself!
Anytime, more to come as I come across them! It's turning to winter so I think but not sure if they will try to come in my home for the warmth. So far I have two I am keeping an eye one, the one living in my window sill as pictured above, and I recently just found some web under a dresser but haven't had the time to fully investigate. But I am sure there is a least one there underneath it because, there was no web a couple months ago and my puppy's toy rolled under the dresser and I cautiously retrieved it with a flashlight and that's when I saw what looked to be a spider and webbing. Even though not even two months ago I had wiped down and vaccummed every surface and crack in my room, looks like someone moved in since then pictures and details about that to come, should be able to check it out this week!