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A garden orb weaver probably

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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.

That description of a spider can relate to hundreds of species of spider. Sorry, there, but its a bit too vague.

I think what you have described is a brown recluse and or wolf spider, nonvenemous

Poisonous spiders are many different colors. The Black Widow is as the name states black with a red hourglass on the bottom of the abdomen. The Brown Widow is a light to dark brown spider that looks like the Black Widow only with patterns of brown. It too has a red hourglass on the bottom of the abdomen. The Brown Recluse Spider too is brown like the name states with a darker brown 'violin' marking on the cephalothorax. The Hobo spider is light brown with a darker brown abdomen and a cream colored strip going down the center of the cephalothorax. Yellow Sack Spiders are usually yellow or creamy colored. The Brazilian Wandering Spider is a dark brown spider and usually have red hairs on their chelicerae.

I am pretty certain that it is a rare Australian blue cyanide spider

A spiders appearance is: A spider has eight legs, its color is mostly black brown or white, and it can have four or two eyes.

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.

If the main part of it is brown or tan, then it is a male black widow, or a juvinile female.

The heart of a brown recluse spider is found in the spider's abdomen, so says my homeschool console.

A brown recluse is usually brown, with a black and brown violin shape on it's abdomen. Most recluse's are extremely poisonous so look out for the violin shape.

A spider that has a dark brown abdomen, with reddish brown legs, and a light beige bottom with dark brown club like claws could be a wolf spider. It could also be a tree spider.

Depending on its size, the spider with tan and brown striped legs and a large white abdomen might be an orb weaver, a common house spider, or even an orchard spider. There are a huge variety of spiders with this description.

Presently there are over 40,000 types of spider classified. You will have to be more specific in your description

A spider that is black with a tan mark on its back might be a brown recluse spider. This might also be a brown widow spider or a common house spider.

From what I have been told, this sounds like an Orb Spider...which is in the Widow Family and is extremely venomous.

If you are in Australia it sounds like a Mouse spider. I'm in North America and found a similar spider in my basement this morning, but can't seem to find out what it is.

A fiddle spider(also called the violin spider or the brown recluse) is a medium-sized venomous spider of North America. It is easily recognized by the violin shape on its abdomen.

Black widows and what I assume you mean by "brown furry spider," brown recluses, can kill a 2 pound dog with one bite.

it could be a brown widow or a black and white jumping spider

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