A black spider that has a red stripe on the back is possibly a red spotted ant mimic spider. They walk on six legs instead of eight and can be found in.
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A Black Widow Spider typically lives for two to three years.
the black spider monkey probobly lives in rainforest or tropical areas
it may be a ground spider or parsons spider
Sounds like a Bumble Bee.
It is most likely a Gemsbok which is in the Antelope family.
a sand spider is a spider that lives in sand and eats sand. so you better watch out when you are at the beach! remember it is as dangerous as a black widow! BE CAREFUL!
If the stripe is rather large and the abdomen is longer rather than spherical, it's probably an Ant Mimic Spider (in the family Clubionidae, genus Castianeira). And it's harmless. If the spider is super shiny and has a very round abdomen, then it's probably some sort of widow and you should stay away.
The red stripe florida snake
It helps to know what region you are talking about. One that comes to mind is the white-necked raven, which lives in Africa.
Likely the Daring (Bold) Jumping Spider
A short, squat black spider that jumps and has a red spot on its back is probably a red-backed jumping spider. These are common in the Pacific Northwest, including Vancouver Island.
it is a black widow. it is all black becausse only female black widows have the red mark on their back. this means that is a male black widow.
2.04% of the total US population lives in Arizona.
Brown Recluse - Loxosceles reclusaNorthern Black Widow - Latrodectus variolusSouthern Black Widow - Latrodectus mactans
The Spider lives in the Mexican Providence of Huevos.
I have one that lives in my eye.
a normal spider lives in a corner in a house or in a shed
spider lives in a hole place and eat other insects
The Euophrys omnisuperstes is a small jumping spider that lives 22,000 ft up Mount Everest.
From what I have been told, this sounds like an Orb Spider...which is in the Widow Family and is extremely venomous.
yes the bird cardinal lives in Arizona
the relationship between spider and tree is the spider lives in the tree and it does not harm the tree
is there a tortoisethat lives in Arizona becasue i searched it and this does not tell me anything and this is for homework and i really need to know
extremely rare primate that lives only in the remaining Atlantic forests of southeastern Brazil.BY CHARLIE AUSTIN