The most common genus of species, called Agelenopsis, is commonly called the grass spider and is a funnel web weaver found abundantly outdoors and occasionally indoors in North America. Cellar spiders, or Pholcidae, are found commonly indoor in North America and have long, dainty legs that are often confused with daddy long-legs spiders. These are often the ones responsible for webs in corners.
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