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Argiope (aurantia) spider

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Argiope aurantia, or the black and yellow garden spider, lives in California and has two yellow stripes running lengthwise down its back. They are not dangerous to humans.




i have a spider that is black with a white strip on its back?


a little spider black legs and yellow back with black spots


Could be the Black and yellow garden spider.


I imagine it could be one of any number of spiders, but I am inclined to say it is a Black-and-Yellow Agriope. Not poisonous, not dangerous to humans.


Without knowing the size or body type of a spider, it's almost impossible to identify one. A black spider with pink stripes on its back could be a type of orb weaver, a tarantula, or a wolf spider.





It's probably a goldenrod spider, which can change color from white to yellow and back. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Misumena_vatia




Possibly the Black and Yellow Argiope (Argiope aurantia)




Could be a Black and Yellow garden spider, common the US west coast.


Yes it is a poisonous arachanid.



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a spider known as a cross spider usaually found in the uk


The black and yellow garden spider is a black- and yellow-bodied spider whose back is marked with white. The arachnid in question may be found throughout Canada and the United States of America. It numbers among the most recognizable of garden arachnids.


If you found a spider that is black, not fuzzy and has a yellow design on its back, his could mean that you found a banana spider. These are common in Oklahoma.



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