Yet Another Spider ID

BobBarley

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About 2-3" and faster than any t I've owned so far. Anyone got a clue? Thanks!!
 

Ungoliant

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This beautiful spider belongs to the genus Titiotus, a member of the false wolf spider family (Zoropsidae).

It's endemic to California and frequently mistaken for male Kukulcania and the recluse spider (Loxosceles).
 

BobBarley

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This beautiful spider belongs to the genus Titiotus, a member of the false wolf spider family (Zoropsidae).

It's endemic to California and frequently mistaken for male Kukulcania and the recluse spider (Loxosceles).
Awesome! When I first spotted it, I had thought Kukulcania, but upon further examination it looked completely different! Haha, very much appreciated thank you!
 

Stugy

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For a bit in December I kept finding those in my house. I thought they were some kind of "mouse spiders" (i don't remember the scientific name). I practically either threw 'em outside or accidentally crushed them while trying to throw them outside.
 
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