Where do you live? I have a spider with that description on my back porch, I'm feeding him fies :)
A common brown house spider.
Might be a Hammock Spider.
It was probably just a red back spider which you probably just hallucinated. ( Thought it was orange. )
its white, red, orange ,yellow, purple, blue, green, green with a black stripe, brown, brown with a black stripe, black, and black with your name in Japanese
I think it might be a Black Widow
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I believe this spider friend of yours is a jumping spider, although there are lots of other spiders out there who are yellow, grey, black, orange and brown.
i think it would b a tarantula
If it has more then one stripe then it is probably a banana spider.
A Southern Black Widow or Brown Widow
It is likely a brown widow spider. They're not as venomous as a black widow spider, but you should still be very careful with it.
Well, in Kung Fu, there are sashes not belts. They can be in different order depending on the school but it is usually: White White w/ Stripe Yellow Yellow w/ Stripe Orange Orange w/ Stripe Green Green w/ Stripe Purple Purple w/ Stripe Blue Blue w/ Stripe Brown Brown w/ Stripe Red Red w/ Stripe Black Sash - very high skill level
It depends where you take it. My school it goes White Yellow Stripe Yellow Orange Stripe Orange Green Stripe Green Blue Stripe Blue Red Stripe Red Black Stripe White Stripe Black
If you in Northern Wisconsin it could be a typical Orange Garden spider. Orange legs with orange - white - brown - white - black tips. Orange head and thorax with a colorful Orange black, white and yellow in a pattern like a wasp on the abdomen.
yes! the belts in my studio go: white, yellow, orange, purple, green, blue, brown, brown 1 stripe, red, red 1 stripe then finally... black.
Sandflies have black wings with an orange stripe. They live in nests that they build on dirt mounds and piles.
I'm pretty sure that's a black widow. If the stripe is on its back then it is probably a variation of a velvet ant, it on the belly side, most likely a black widow
White spider identification