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What spider has a black body and a white butt?

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A white tail spider fits the discription. Where do you live?

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I think I may have seen a similar spider today. The "butt" of the spider was quite large, burnt orange color with white spots on the top. I have never seen the spider before but I think I found a picture of it online. I haven't found the name of it yet. I'll let you know when I find out what it was. I may have found the spider you saw. The one I saw is called a shamrock orb weaver. Check out the pic on spiderzrule.com under the link Common US Spiders on the home page.


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that kind of spider thats what



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