Some type of insect with 6 legs a black or orange spot on it's back and is problly a spider...
The flying, ant-like insect with a black body and orange legs is called a spider wasp or pompilid wasp. They can be found in South America, particularly in Venezuela and Colombia.
The insect that looks like a fly but has no wings and has black with white stripes and looks like a cross between a spider and a fly is namely, Jerusalem cricket.
I do not Know that is why i am asking you
The orange-headed wasp moth has black and yellow-orange stripes on its body in a pattern similar to a bee. The wings of this insect are black with white spots.
This is what a Black Widow Spider looks like... Shiny Black, ½ inch long, Red or orange spot, shaped like an hourglass, on underside.
Carpenter bees are very large bees with a black body and black wings. They also have an orange stripe in the center of the body.
Tarantula Hawk - hunts tarantulas
if you really want to know it is a sea spider
This wasp belongs to the family Pompilidae and is referred to as the Blue-Black Spider Wasp (Anoplius americanus). Their name derives from feeding spiders to their young.
It's my understanding that the color of the markings on a black widow are by and large red, but can appear in yellow, orange, and white. I would regard that spider as a black widow for safety's sake.
it is shiny and the size of a paper clip and has a red or orange symbol that looks like a hourglass
Many insects mimic wasps and bees. One insect that looks like a wasp without wings, and has a hairy-looking body with a red or orange stripe is the "velvet ant." This is actually a wingless female wasp with a painful sting.
A small orange phasmid,(Stick insect)
What logo is a black spider web
An insect that looks like a bee or a wasp with a yellow or orange abdomen and two black stripes might be the arge coccinia or the sawfly. Depending on your area, this might also be a paper wasp.
You are probably referring to the camel back cricket
the spider is the crab spider
The average walking speed of a spider is about a mile per hour. This looks very fast because the insect is very small.
It sounds like a Velvet Ant to me, AKA Mule Killer, AKA Cow Killer - these are actually a species of wingless wasps. See link for more information on this species.
Possibly some species of gasteracantha or micrathena.
Cave cricket or camel cricket?
Most Tigers have orange and black stripes unless they are white and black. Most Tigers have orange and black stripes unless they are white and black.
it has black stripes and it looks orange