What spider has green fangs and white spots?
Phidippus audax (Hentz, 1845)
I just caught a spider that matches this description. After looking online, I think it may be a jumping spider from the family Salticidae. I believe that spider is Phidippus Audax a.k.a the Bold Jumping Spider.
You are describing a Bold Jumping spider. Very common from the great plains to the east coast. Note the adults have white spots while the juveniles have the orange spots. Most easily Identified by the green/blue iridescent fangs or chelicerae. They are quite harmless, rarely bite humans and if they do, It only leave a slight redness and irritation.
that is a jumping spider
It is hard to say exactly what spider is black and white spotted with four purple eyes and green fangs without seeing the exact spider. However, the Daring Jumping Spider is a common spider found in garages, houses, and barns that does sound quite similar.
A brown spider with white spots is a brown spider with white spots.
No they are not, but they are some ill lookin lil fckers
I think that I just caught the same spider, it is a "Daring Jumping Spider." does yours have green/blue looking "Fangs" ? because that is definitely the one.
If the spider that you saw also had bright green chelicerae (fangs), then you saw a jumping spider. I have found a picture of a Daring Jumping spider see related link..
The spider that is white with black fangs is called the "Phidippus regius". Spiders are air breathing arthropods that have four pairs of legs. The black fangs help them inject venom on their prey.
A brown spider with white spots on its belly is a orb weaver spider. These spiders are known to be in gardens.
What kind of spider has two white spots on its abdomen? And is found in a house.
A spider with orange legs and fangs with white dots on its back could very well be an American House Spider. These are the house spiders that weave the most Halloween-like webs.
the black widow heh heh heh.....
it might be a white tailed spider
Its the Bold Jumping Spider or Daring Jumping Spider.
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 redback spider
The spider with a black body and white smiley face spots is the jumping spider. It's scientific name is Phidippus audax. It is harmless to people.
a type of jumping spider?
black and white jumping spider
a dot 2 dot spider
What kind of spider has blue fangs and has black and white striped legs with white markings on its black body which was found in NE Wisconsin?
The Daring Jumping Spider, which have the best vision of all spiders.
A Jumping Spider
It is called a jumping spider----
I don't remember the name but they are poisonous. very poisonous
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It is a spiny crab or jewel spider.....
My guess is that this spider you saw was either a Jumping Spider (quite possibly a Daring Jumping Spider) or a Parson 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 a spider is a spider that is black has turquiose fangs and almost all it's joints highlighted white?
That is most likely the common "Daring jumping spider," Phidippus audax. It's completely harmless.
They are called White-Spotted Brown spiders
A spider with a white body and red spots on its back may be an orb weaver. These come in many different color variations and are found throughout much of the world, including the UK.
The type of spider that is lime green with white markings on it's back is known as the tropical orbweaver. The tropical orbweaver is a non venomous spider.
It sounds like the harmless "Daring jumping spider," Phidippus audax, which is commonly found all over the United States. This small spider is black and furry with a couple white spots on its back. Four of it's anterior eyes are very large and you should be able to see them without a magnifying glass. The spider also has emerald green pedipalps. Without a location it's very hard to tell exactly what it could be. If… Read More
There is no single answer to your question. Too many brown spiders have four spots.
It is the common "Daring jumping spider," Phidippus audax. It's completely harmless.
Sounds like a Jewel spider (Austracantha minax). = =
a wolf spider. they hurt but are not deadly to humans
it might be The Northern Black Spide
The green treefrog may have patches of gold or white.
They don't have green eyes but can have white and black fur.
a green spider Im pretty sure the question said "round WHITE body" If you google "green spider" an actual green spider pops up. But I would really like to know what kind of spider this is because its the one i think im getting bit by >:O
Have seen a very small spider with 4 white dots and 1 red dot. Not a red back. Ta ~Snaff
your face spider
Could be the Green Lynx Spider
I guess a black widow
Sounds like a "Spotted Ground Swift Spider" http://www.geocities.com/brisbane_spiders/Corinnidae.htm
I live in California and I found a hairy black spider with large fangs and a white spot on it's back?
let it go quicly it is harmfull to humans
What kind of spider lives in Northern Indiana and has a brown abdomen with white spots and black and white striped legs?
From what I have been told, this sounds like an Orb Spider...which is in the Widow Family and is extremely venomous.