What kind of spider is black with a white shell with red spikes and black spots?
Spiny Backed Orb Weaver
Sounds like a Jewel spider (Austracantha minax). = =
Yellow card spider:•}
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It is a spiny crab or jewel spider.....
The caterpillar that is black with brown spots and has spikes on top of spikes is the passion butterfly. These caterpillars feed from the passionflower.
What spider is mostly white has black spots and orange thorns along the sides of what looks like a crab shell for the body?
if you really want to know it is a sea spider
a little spider black legs and yellow back with black spots
It's a "spined micrathena spider". Native to woods in and around Virginia. I found one in my yard in North Carolina ( I live near woods) so apparently they can cover distance too.
what kind of insect that is a beetle with a red shell and tiny black spots?
Black widdows are black with red spots and dangerously poisonous, so if it is, stay away. If it's not, it could be a member of that spider family.
a black-and-yellow garden spider
The spider with a black body and white smiley face spots is the jumping spider. It's scientific name is Phidippus audax. It is harmless to people.
A buck moth caterpillar has orange spots on its back, with orange feet and black spikes. The buck moth caterpillar is poisonous, causing rashes and nausea. Buck moth caterpillars inhabit oak forests.
a type of jumping spider?
it is just a house spider they are fast
it might be a white tailed spider
cream house spider
No, the Ladybird has a black head without spots, the black spots are all on it's red shell.
The turtle that has black spots under the shell is a red-eared slider turtle. It is so named because of the red dash that appears around their ears.
a dot 2 dot spider
black and white jumping spider
A black spotted yellow spider that just ate a gumball.
it might be The Northern Black Spide
A Jumping Spider
It is called a jumping spider----
black and yellow argiope spider or a spiny orb weaver spiders are 2 I can think of also the yellow or golden garden spider.
My guess is that this spider you saw was either a Jumping Spider (quite possibly a Daring Jumping Spider) or a Parson Spider.
A spotted turtle, the yellow spots are small and scattered around the shell.
A spotted turtle.
Certain types of beetles have a black back with white spots. The eyed click beetle is an example of this type of bug.
There are about 46 different species of 'British Ladybirds' most have a red shell with black spots and a black underbelly, some have a black shell with red pots and a black underbelly.
Ladybugs that are females are red with no spots. Boy ladybugs have black spots on their red shell.
A brown spider with white spots is a brown spider with white spots.
It is the common "Daring jumping spider," Phidippus audax. It's completely harmless.
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.
judging bye the evidence you gave there is no real way to positively tell you but i would guess a black widow spider
it might be a black widow.
What caterpillar is black with white bits along the sides 2 orange spots on the back end and orange spikes?
a cobra (snake)
i think that's a black widow..very dangerous
Northern Black Widow, and it is most likely poisonous.
A tropical rare exmitiluvca black widow. Hope this did not help.
the black widow heh heh heh.....
I guess a black widow
Sounds like a "Spotted Ground Swift Spider" http://www.geocities.com/brisbane_spiders/Corinnidae.htm
What caterpillar is fuzzy black on the ends and orange in the middle like a woolly worm but with black spots down the middle of its back and long white spikes of hair on the ends with the black?
a wooly bear caterpillar
I just caught a spider that matches this description. After looking online, I think it may be a jumping spider from the family Salticidae. I believe that spider is Phidippus Audax a.k.a the Bold Jumping Spider.
It would be called a boa spider because o fits movement and color.
It is called Ladybird Spider (Eresus Cinnaberinus).
The only spider I have seen like this was a common sight in Kimberley South Africa. We called it a button spider because its back look like a button. It was not a black widow and it was not orange and did not have the hourglass marking that is common with the black or brown widow - also called the button spider.
mostly black, females having red hourglass shapes on their abdomen. some black widows may have red spots as well.