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Giant rats. Stirges (Bloodseekers). Giant centipedes. And more.
Those giant centipedes have a nasty poison. We played a PF2 game last night with 2 PCs, and one of them would for sure have died from the giant centipede poison if his pal hadn't been trained in medicine with a healer's kit and also a potion of minor healing.
Or maybe it's just that all poisons are downright nasty now. Probably didn't help that the victim only had a 10 CON and +3 Fort save either.
AFAICT, there are no zero-level creatures. In the bestiary, you'll find a gap between "Creature -1" and "Creature 1". I believe "Creature -1" is more like a 1/2 level creature than anything else.
I further believe that you can only summon creatures that actually have stat blocks in the bestiary, and that have the appropriate creature type for your summon spell. I recall no talk of applying a "weak" template to summon weaker versions of stronger creatures.
Obviously as soon as we get more books with more critters in them, the options for summoning will naturally expand. Although your DM would be well within his rights to limit your choice to creatures you know about, have seen or can research. Recall Knowledge checks are your friend.
Ooops! Missed em. Which ones?
It doesn't change the answer about summoning critters with a hypothetical "weak" template.
Summon spells don't appear to reference zero-level creatures at all. How curious.