What kind of spider is this?
It’s about the size of a penny and I found it crawling around my sink.
- 3 weeks ago
Highly doubt a spider would be that small
- D50Lv 64 weeks ago
Any biology ID answer with insufficient info gets the same answer: Download Inaturalist to your cellphone and use it.
- Bulldog reduxLv 74 weeks ago
To get a good answer, you need to post a photo of your sink.
- daniel gLv 74 weeks ago
Well, a decent photo and your location would certainly help.
Most of such spiders are wayward ground spiders.
They are harmless but a bit quick to catch by hand. Trap one between fingers, they likely bite and can sting pretty good. One feature to clue this type is they have very prominent spinnerets, tail pipes I call them.
One such spider is the parson spider, a link to images for these:
Yea, some people keep them for pets.
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- roderick_youngLv 74 weeks ago
Can't tell without a picture, but if it's crawling in daylight in your sink in the US, it's not a dangerous one. The venomous spiders like black widow and other violin spiders stay in secluded places, and have no stamina.
- JimLv 74 weeks ago
Do you have a pic you could attach?