A brown spider with a yellow stripe on its head is a wolf spider. The wolf spider may sometimes have an orange stripe on their head also.
If you look on the back it mite have a small violin mark where the eyes are. If it does, the its a brown recluse spider do not touch!
Where do you live? I have a spider with that description on my back porch, I'm feeding him fies :)
I think it is white tail spider
A common brown house spider.
i think it would b a tarantula
Not enough information to answer this question without knwing location of spider and season.
A spider with a red stripe on its back is the redback spider, which is found in Australia. They have toxic venom that can cause a human to become very sick.
It is not a brown recluse. I had a spider on my front porch and i researched it and it is a type of wolf spider. But just in case... just leave it alone. If it is in fact a brown recluse or another poisonous spider it can have a nasty bite! Good luck!
Might be a Hammock Spider.
White spider identification
Brown spider with three dimples on its back
look up a green lynx spider
The female. The female is the only one with a red stripe on its back; the male is small, brown and very inconspicuous.
The spider is the brown spider that have reflective green spots on its back.
The answer is a brown camel spider.
A black spider that has a red stripe on the back is possibly a red spotted ant mimic spider. They walk on six legs instead of eight and can be found in Arizona.
A brown spider that has a white diamond on its back is known as a Parson spider. This spider does have a mildly venomous bite.
Spider is light brown with gold or yellow diamond back
I found a spider like this in my home & would love to know what kind it is
An Arrowhead spider is brown with a green back. This spider is also known as a Triangle Orb Weaver. This spider is not venomous.
the brown widow is brown with diamonds on its back
I think it might be a Black Widow
If it has more then one stripe then it is probably a banana spider.
It may be a Candy-stripe Spider (Enoplognatha ovata).