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.
a Halloween spider
It Is A Mexican Spider
The only spider that is orange with a black belly is callums mam and shes addicted to chicken seed
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 black spider with orange legs is called a Spotted Ground Spider. There are 60 different species to this group of spiders.
it is called the happy face spider.
What kind of spider has a round orange body and white and black striped legs
I believe this spider friend of yours is a jumping spider, although there are lots of other spiders out there who are yellow, grey, black, orange and brown.
This is most likely a common garden spider. They typically are described as black and yellow, but the yellow markings can appear orange at times.
It's a garden spider.
A kind of spider that has a black body with three orange dots is a daring jumping spider, also known as Phidippus audax. As the spider matures, the spots tend to turn white.
If you in Northern Wisconsin it could be a typical Orange Garden spider. Orange legs with orange - white - brown - white - black tips. Orange head and thorax with a colorful Orange black, white and yellow in a pattern like a wasp on the abdomen.
It was probably just a red back spider which you probably just hallucinated. ( Thought it was orange. )
tarantula maybe depends.
WHAT KIND OF SPIDER IS A WHITE SPIDER WITH A BRIGHT ORANGE PATTERN ON ITS BACK
There are a number of jumping spiders that are orange and black such as phidippus whitmani, phidippus cardinalis, and phidippus pulcherrimus. Others that are orange and black are castianeira amoena and misumenoides formosipes.
Possibly a Fishing (or Nursery) spider.