Argiope aurantia, or the black and yellow garden spider, lives inand has two yellow stripes running lengthwise down its back. They are not dangerous to humans.
Its the Bold Jumping Spider or Daring Jumping Spider.
It might be a black widow spider.
There are two common spiders that have blue stripes and may possess some yellow coloration. These are the jumping spider and the fighting spider.
The answer is the Tiger Spider
A black spider with yellow stripes is a garden orb spider. These are very common and not poisonous to humans.
I think you are referring to a garden spider.
It is called a white tipped spider.
an enoplognatha ovata spider
I was bitten today by a small black insect with yellow stripes, I think it was a spider but I am not too sure.
Argiope aurantia is a black spider with yellow stripes. Its common names join such different physical descriptions as black and yellow garden spider, corn spider, writing spider, and zipper spider. The black and yellow garden spider generally may be considered harmless to humans.
Sounds like the "Garden wolf spider".
i have a spider that is black with a white strip on its back?
a black-and-yellow garden spider
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.
A brown spider with yellow stripes is a Saint Andrew's Cross. They are a non-aggressive breed of spiders, and their bite is non-toxic to humans.
SPIDER SILVER BODY STRIPED LEGS???
Argiope (aurantia) spider
Check out these images of Bold Jumping Spider (Phidippus audax):
It sounds like a Funnel Web Spider or just a common House Spider.
either its a new spider species, or its just a make believe spider!!
The Argiope aurantia, or more commonly known as the bannana spider.
that would be a Argiope aka, writting spider, garden spider.
if it is a small spider then I'm geussing that it is a wolf spider (shudder) or more commonly known as a garden spider maybe?
A spider that has black and white stripes and can walk on water and is found in Northern Minnesota may be a dark fishing spider. This spider is large, often 3 inches or more, and is often found on or near water.
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