Black Widow Spider
One of the most feared Spiders on earth, the adult female black widow has a bite that kills, though rarely. And it�s only her bite you need to watch out for; her mate isn�t poisonous. You�ll find these spiders throughout the world and in the United States.
She has a globe-shaped, shiny black body with a red or orange hourglass-shaped mark on her abdomen and is about 2 centimeters long. Younger females are sometimes brown. Male spiders are considerably smaller than the females, with only a small reddish dot on the abdomen.
The hour-glass bright colored shaped is supposed to say watch out I'm dangerous, or get away! to warnoff ant predatores
red hourglass and hairy stomachs
Yes they do.
A Black Widow they are poisons
Female black widow spiders are approximately 1 inch long and have an hourglass shape. Black widows get their name from the habit of females killing and consuming the male after mating.
Black widow spiders are called such because the females eat the males after mating with them. Immature Black Widows have the same shape as the mature "Widow" but with dramatic color markings. An immature Widow, although much smaller that an adult, can still cause a painful and dangerous bite. As you can see, the characteristic hourglass marking is yellowish, not red, in this young female spider. After mating, the female spider takes on the sinister black with red hourglass coloration.
yes because of the chemical reaction when it hits human skin
The top is shiny black. Some have a red hourglass on the underside, some are solid black. See the Related Link for pictures of black widow spiders.
There are a number of spiders that are venomous and have different markings and coloring. The two most dangerous of spiders is the Black Widow and the Brown Recluse spiders. The Black Widow is shiny black with a red hourglass marking on its underside. The Brown Recluse is shaped like a violin and is a dark color.
The black widow is a shiny, jet-black spider with long legs and a red or orange hourglass-shaped marking on its underside. It is about an inch long, including the legs.
There are only two poisonous spiders in the U.S., the black widow (who is black with a red hourglass on her underside) and the brown recluse (which, not surprisingly, is brown), the most deadly of the two.
Black widow spiders can kill you
I think so. Some say NO, they look like blackwidows but no hourglass under there body.
If its black, has a large butt and there's a red shape on its back the resembles an hourglass, then its a black widow spider and they are very poisonous
the black widow.
United States, they are called the Black widow spiders but only female black widow spiders are poisonous.
Spiders are all relatives and when different spiders mate they get different species of spiders. that's how black widow spiders came to england.
Brown Widow Spiders. When the subject of dangerous spiders comes up, the average person usually thinks about the black widow spider. Their shiny black body with a prominent red hourglass marking on the underside of the abdomen is an image that readily comes to mind. Source: Google.com
A black widow is a deadly spider. A black widow also has a red hourglass-shaped mark on her abdomen.
Black widow spiders lay between 100 and 300 eggs in each egg sac at a time.
"Black Widow" is the common name of some Spiders in the genus Latrodectus. They are easily identified by the red hourglass marking on their abdomens. The black widows are highly venomous, and can be fatal to humans.