It Is A Mexican Spider
The Orb Weaver is the spider with an orange back and black diamonds on its back. It is not aggressive and not venomous.
The black spider with reddish-orange on its back is a redback spider. These Australian spiders are members of the same family of spider as the black widow and have highly dangerous venom.
It's a garden spider.
WHAT KIND OF SPIDER IS A WHITE SPIDER WITH A BRIGHT ORANGE PATTERN ON ITS BACK
A spider that is mostly black with some orange on its belly and back is called a black widow. This design only applies to the female black widows.
A large, black spider with a red hourglass on it's back.
A black widow spider is black with a red mark on it's abdomen; this might or might not be what you meant. The black widow sometimes has a red mark on her back, as well. The red backed spider of Australia, a relative of the black widow, has an orange red mark on the back.
It was probably just a red back spider which you probably just hallucinated. ( Thought it was orange. )
Some type of insect with 6 legs a black or orange spot on it's back and is problly a spider...
Where do you live? I have a spider with that description on my back porch, I'm feeding him fies :)
it is named a red back spider
There are a number of bugs that have a black body and orange or brownish spot on it's back. This could be a spider.
It sounds like you could be describing the Daring Jumping Spider.
Could be the Green Lynx Spider
It may be a Black and Yellow Argiope, which is a common orb web spider. Follow the related link to see a picture.
An orange spider with a spot on its back may be an orange garden spider. They can bite humans but their venom is weak.
That could possibly be a black widow, but isn't necessarily! It could also be a Red-Back, but they have two diamond shaped dots.
A wasp with a large black body and orange wings is known as a Tarantula Hawk. Apparently, the Tarantula Hawk has a stinger that is large enough to take down a tarantula. The wasp then pulls the tarantula back to it's nest and feeds the spider to it's young.
It is called Ladybird Spider (Eresus Cinnaberinus).
Its a tobyotter.it is found in north india...
I have to deal with the same spider you are talking about i think its some type of water spider because it was running across my pool with its babys :/