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Answered 2007-10-12 20:34:27

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

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What kind of spider has two white spots on its abdomen? And is found in a house.

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

You should clarify size and such, but the only one I know of with spots on the abdomen in orange or red is a black widow.

They are called White-Spotted Brown spiders

My guess is that this spider you saw was either a Jumping Spider (quite possibly a Daring Jumping Spider) or a Parson Spider.

Jeweled spiders are white with red spots on their backs. They come in a variety of different colors and are very beautiful.

There is no single answer to your question. Too many brown spiders have four spots.

a wolf spider. they hurt but are not deadly to humans

It is the common "Daring jumping spider," Phidippus audax. It's completely harmless.

A spider with an all white body, a big abdomen and a black underbody is probably an orb weaver. These spiders are often found in meadows and gardens and are generally harmless to humans.

The spider is the brown spider that have reflective green spots on its back.

if the spider has a red hourglass on the bottom of the abdomen then its A black widow.

Just last night I saw another black spider in my house with a white spot on its back. I went to smack it with a shoe and all its babies were everywhere.What kind of spider could that be?

Have seen a very small spider with 4 white dots and 1 red dot. Not a red back. Ta ~Snaff

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.

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

A spider with a white body and red spots on its back may be an orb weaver. These come in many different color variations and are found throughout much of the world, including the UK.

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