The Australian red-backed widow.
Redback Spider is indigenous to Australia. It is a venomous spider.
i think the Australian redback but i am not sure u could look it up u kno don't be lazy
The Australian Funnel Web is the most deadly spider in the world.
KANGEROO and a spider yay
normally the African dotted spider and the Australian wood worm
That could be the Redback spider and the Whitetail spider.
Possibly the Funnel Web spider? Emma
Australian black widow
The black spider with reddish-orange on its back is a redback spider. These Australian spiders are members of the same family of spider as the black widow and have highly dangerous venom.
3 years and 5 months
here are some examples of poisonous spiders.the Australian funnel web spider, the black widow, the wandering spider.
The katipo is a native spider of New Zealand, related to both the American Black Widow spider and the Australian Redback.
I am pretty certain that it is a rare Australian blue cyanide spider
While wandering in the Australian outback, the hiker discovered a new species of poisonous spider. Then it bit him and he died, and the knowledge of the spider died with him.
There are a number of different spiders that could be described as black spiders with a red dot on their back including the Black Widow, the Australian Redback spider and the Jumping Spider.
There are poisonous spiders all over the world. There is one native New Zealand spider that is venomous, the Katipo spider. Additionally, we now have the Australian Whitetail, and the Australian Redback. The latter related to the katipo and black widow spiders
The only spider I know that does this is the wolf spider. Check out this website. http://www.xs4all.nl/~ednieuw/australian/wolfspiders/Wolfspiders.html
its a Australian jumping spider harmless to humans but Therese alot of different sizes and depends were you live look at pictures measure it and find out what you have!
It was reported on April 30th 2018, the world's oldest spider had died.Australian researchers discovered the 43 year oldtrap-door spider simply known as 'Number 16' was killed by a wasp sting.
They are found in tropical forests from southern Mexico to Brazil.
The Redback spider is not an endangered species. However the Katipo, which is related to the Australian Redback, is endangered.