Bannah Spider. Bananaare all black or all dark brown. They have described a garden orb weaver.
i dont know what spider has that kind of markings so tell me the freakin answer
The black and yellow garden spider is a black- and yellow-bodied spider whose back is marked with white. The arachnid in question may be found throughout Canada and the United States of America. It numbers among the most recognizable of garden arachnids.
If it has black and yellow designs on its back and has a web in a circular shape with a Z or zigzag pattern down the center then it is an ARGIOPE - also called a garden spider, corn spider, or banana spider. Harmless to humans. Docile and fund to watch or hold.
a little spider black legs and yellow back with black spots
Could be the Black and yellow garden spider.
Black and yellow argiope perhaps?
It may be a Black and Yellow Argiope, which is a common orb web spider. Follow the related link to see a picture.
A POISONOUS!!!!!!!!!!!, A green lynx spider is two tone green
I believe it may be the Garden Spider - of course it depends on the area you live in as well. The following link may be of interest: http://www.badspiderbites.com/garden-spider.php
black widow No this isn't a black widow...their red or orange markings are on the spiders belly since Black widows hang under their webs. The best guess is a jumping spider if the markings are visible when the spider is walking around. The Australian Redback Widow is the exception to the rule, it's markings as it's name implies on on the back.
North American garden spider.
Possibly the Black and Yellow Argiope (Argiope aurantia)
The type of spider you want to stay away from.
Could be a Black and Yellow garden spider, common the US west coast.
Yes it is a poisonous arachanid.
Probably something to avoid!
This type of spider is a Phidippus johnsoni. It is commonly called a red back spider due to its markings.
a spider known as a cross spider usaually found in the uk
Argiope (aurantia) spider
If you found a spider that is black, not fuzzy and has a yellow design on its back, his could mean that you found a banana spider. These are common in Oklahoma.
It is a type of Spiny Orb Weaver.
It could be a wolf spider which has bites are are painful but not poisonous. There are many common house spiders that have these markings.
WHAT KIND OF SPIDER IS A WHITE SPIDER WITH A BRIGHT ORANGE PATTERN ON ITS BACK
The type of spider that is lime green with white markings on it's back is known as the tropical orbweaver. The tropical orbweaver is a non venomous spider.