I have previously asked about this spider? but now have two photographs. It was seen in Birmingham, Alabama.
It spun a weg and as you can see caught and ate a fly. spider2 gives and idea of relative size cf. a housefly.
spider1 shows its characteristic position with its "bum" in the air. It is clearly only six-legged. Although it is possible it lost a pair this would have had to have happened symetrically. Has anyone got any ideas.
It is not a daddy-long-legs as suggested by a previous reply, no wings, no halterers.
Possibly a harvestman (Opilones, which is still an arachnid but not a spider, and should have 8 legs) - I can't see a separate thorax and abdomen.
Confusingly, they are also called daddy-long-legs in some countries/places.
In my original post I thought the spider looked like Pholchus which lives all over my house in Spain. I guess I will just have to admit to the six legs being an anomaly. I have asked my brother to see if he can find any others.
I agree with Jonathan that one of the very bad!! photos (I tried to enlarge the ones my brother sent) looked like a harvestman but I don't think they make webs indoors.