Red House Spider

Nesticodes rufipes

''Nesticodes'' is a monotypic genus of comb-footed spiders containing only the red house spider. It was first described by Allan Frost Archer in 1950, and has a pantropical distribution due to ship and air travel.
Red House Spider, Nesticodes rufipes - female  Geotagged,Indonesia,Nesticodes,Nesticodes rufipes,Spring

Appearance

''Nesticodes rufipes'' is a small red-bodied spider, non-venomous to humans. They can be extremely common inside homes, building webs in dark corners and under furniture. They have been observed preying on insects such as mosquitoes, flies, and ants.

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Taxonomy
KingdomAnimalia
DivisionArthropoda
ClassArachnida
OrderAraneae
FamilyTheridiidae
GenusNesticodes
SpeciesN. rufipes
Photographed in
Indonesia