Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered 2009-11-30 02:42:33

A spider that stepped in paint ha ha ha lol.

User Avatar

Your Answer

Related Questions

A black spider with yellow stripes is a garden orb spider. These are very common and not poisonous to humans.

It is called the black widow spider (Referred to as the black widow), it is a spider with a strong neurotoxin. With respect to the body size, they have longer legs and smaller abdomen. They are usually dark brown, has yellow stripes, and a yellow hourglass spot.

What kind of spider has a round orange body and white and black striped legs

A black spotted yellow spider that just ate a gumball.

Black and Yellow Garden Spider

A kind of spider that has a black body with three orange dots is a daring jumping spider, also known as Phidippus audax. As the spider matures, the spots tend to turn white.

Garden spider, also called writing spider.

A black spider with orange legs is called a Spotted Ground Spider. There are 60 different species to this group of spiders.

It was probably just a red back spider which you probably just hallucinated. ( Thought it was orange. )

Its the Yellow Garden Spider, or Argiope Aurantia. Harmless to humans, when it bites it leaves an sore and itchy bump. link...

The beautiful (and harmless to humans) ARGIOPE (commonly called black and yellow garden spider, banana spider, corn spider). Orb weaver. Large. Docile.

There are a number of bugs that have a black body and orange or brownish spot on it's back. This could be a spider.

The garden cross spider has a yellow body with a single black spot on its abdomen. Only juveniles are colored this way, growing into brown adults.

You might be thinking of a banana spider?

A pumpkin spider, or an orange orb-weaver spider.

The type of spider that is known for having a fat orange body is the orbweaver spider. The orbweaver is a type of garden spider.

i saw a spider just like that and i squished it (hehehehe)but i dont know what kind of spider it is.

It sounds as if you've got a brown widow. The hourglass marking is orange in color. The body may appear black, but next to a true black spider, one will notice the lighter contrast. It is venomous and can leave a painful bite.