A brown spider with white spots is a brown spider with white spots.
A brown spider with white spots on its belly is a orb weaver spider. These spiders are known to be in gardens.
moutain dock spider
There is no such spider.... though this description reminds me a lot of YOU!
it is just a house spider they are fast
that is a jumping spider
Green Lynx Spider, Peucetia viridans
There are many different kinds of spiders that are brown with white spots. To properly identify them, it helps to determine if the spots are in any particular pattern, the overall body shape of the spider, and where it is living. Such a spider may be a sic-spotted fishing spider, a bold jumping spider, or an orb-weaving garden spider.
a black-and-yellow garden spider
There is no single answer to your question. Too many brown spiders have four spots.
grevillea mucronulata also know as green spider
I guess a black widow
is a brown frog with green spots poisonous
A brown recluse. If you happen to get bitten by one, call 911.
if it has green or brown spots on it
They are called White-Spotted Brown spiders
Brown Rectcluse Brown Rectcluse
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.
Phidippus audax (Hentz, 1845)
a wolf spider. they hurt but are not deadly to humans
Spiders are some of the most colorful animals in the world. One such specimen is the orb weaver spider, who is a bright lime green with yellow spots down his back and thorax.
The iris part is the colored part of the eye ; Brown, green.