It is pretty common to see what appear to be tiny spiders on your bed or walls. However, it is essential to distinguish between them and the eight-legged mites, which are separate species. An easy way to tell the two arthropods apart is that spiders possess a thorax, while mites do not.
The tiny spiders are generally not dangerous, and their venom is not fatal to humans.
Common Spiders: Zebra Jumping Spider, Oecobius amboseli
Though they flee most of the time, the common house spider can deliver an irritating bite.