Wolf spider of some type? Not to worry about.
That's a possibility but I just always thought Wolf spiders were larger in size compared to this... This was roughly a little large than the size of a quarter
Originally Posted by lisaayres
Nice image of a hacklemesh weaver in the family Amaurobiidae. Pretty sure this is Amaurobius ferox, a common species in your region. No species in the family is considered by science to be dangerously venomous. Males of the hacklemesh weavers tend to wander in search of mates in the spring (most spiders mature in late summer or early autumn and wander then). Occasionally they stray indoors.
Hope this helps! We will have a species guide page on this spider going up on our website soon, so keep checking!