Not sure of the id.
Found living inside a water meter box. The spider had formed its web inside the spaces of a fallen pine cone. The spider had a large and round abdomen in comparison to the rest of its body. It was about 2-3 cm in length. The abdomen was of a black matte color, while the body was a glossy brown.
Spider on classroom floor.
Poisonous bite (neurotoxin)
Has eight eyes.
Long, brown legs with small hairs
Builds a tangled, three-dimensional “cobweb” snare.
The silk is not sticky
Eats insects or other spiders
Male lives up to 18 months
Female can live up to six years.
Steatoda grossa, commonly known as the cupboard spider, the dark comb-footed spider, the brown house spider (in Australia), or the false black widow (though several other species are known by these names), is a common species of spider in the genus Steatoda.