What kinds of brown spiders have white spots on the belly?

Common house, funnel web, grass, hobo, recluse and wolf spiders are examples of brown spiders whose belly may look white-spotted because of actual patterning or because of lighting effects. Brown recluse spiders have uniform coloring instead of patterning even though other impressions may be given under extreme lighting circumstances. Hobo spiders model dark- and light-defined chevron patterns on their abdomens whereas female wolf spiders uniquely mislead observers about abdominal colors by carrying abdomen-located egg sacs.