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What kind of spider is red with a white butt?


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2008-02-27 21:58:26
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that kind of spider thats what

# i don,t know i just fond a red spider with a black butt and black tips on feet and black fangs let me know if you find out

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.

I think its a Red Back spider cause i have seen one

I found a spider like this in my home & would love to know what kind it is

A white spider that has a white body with a red spot might be a type of crab spider. If it is found primarily outdoors like in a garden, this is perhaps a crab spider. The crab spider is a distant relative to the tarantula and its bite is venomous, but not fatal to humans.

Have seen a very small spider with 4 white dots and 1 red dot. Not a red back. Ta ~Snaff

A North American Johnson jumping spider

um..hmm..are you thinking of a black wido i hate those things

Misumena vatia or best-known flower spider, it is called the goldenrod crab spider or flower (crab) spider

Jeweled spiders are white with red spots on their backs. They come in a variety of different colors and are very beautiful.

what kind of bug is little black with a red butt and red on tips of legs?

It can be hard to tell what kind of a spider you are looking at that has a red head and back and black and white striped legs, since the body type is also an important factor. Chances are that it is a red-headed jumping spider, which can cause a somewhat painful bite but is not otherwise dangerous to humans.

Try out this site: Spiderzrule.com. They have great pictures and descriptions of almost every kind of spider.

red butt is very big to help it survive

not quite sure but i just found one in my house CREEEEEPY

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