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Answered 2008-08-21 21:58:19

It might be a barn spider.

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Look up a Brown Widow spider. that might be what you are looking for.

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

If the red color is in the shape of an hourglass it is a black widow.

Brown Widow Spiders. When the subject of dangerous spiders comes up, the average person usually thinks about the black widow spider. Their shiny black body with a prominent red hourglass marking on the underside of the abdomen is an image that readily comes to mind. Source:

it is just a house spider they are fast

it could be a brown widow or a black and white jumping spider

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.

Steatoda triangulosa -- this is not a black widow. A black widow is identified by a red hourglass on its underside.

a red back looks almost the same. But doesnt have an hourglass shape. It has a red stripe on top of its abdomen.

It sounds as if you've got a brown widow. The hourglass marking is orange in color. The body may appear black, but next to a true black spider, one will notice the lighter contrast. It is venomous and can leave a painful bite.

Shiny black? With a thick looking X (hourglass shape) on it's belly? A black widow!!!

what kind of spider is this and is it dangerous to people who are pregant

The spider that is black with a white crescent on its back is the Brown House Spider. This spider is often confused with the red-back spider.

A brown spider with a black cross on its belly may be a common house or garden spider. It may also be one of the many varieties of orb weavers.

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saw one in pa. trying to find anwser myself too.

The spider you're referring to may possibly be a relative of the black widow, known as the brown widow.

What kind of spider has brown body and black round head and one half inch long?