I have seen this spider also, and have had no luck finding it on the web. Please post back here if you find any information. The spider I saw had a white box on its underside, with a black spade in it. I found this spider in Branson, Mo. Where was your spider?
I am pretty certain that it is a rare Australian blue cyanide spider
Depending on its size, the spider with tan and brown striped legs and a large white abdomen might be an orb weaver, a common house spider, or even an orchard spider. There are a huge variety of spiders with this description.
A BREAD SPIDER, OFTEN FOUND AT BREAD FARMS BUT ALWAYS SPOKE OF AS URBAN LEGENDS.
It is probably a house spider if it has light tan marks on it's back
If the main part of it is brown or tan, then it is a male black widow, or a juvinile female.
I'm almost certain you're referring to a wolf spider.
tan spider with black on back
A spider that is black with a tan mark on its back might be a brown recluse spider. This might also be a brown widow spider or a common house spider.
negros natures racoons
The spider is called a Woodlouse Spider, named for its main prey. It is totally harmless to humans aside from their semi-painful bite due to their large fangs designed to pierce the exoskeleton of woodlouse. (See related links, below, for a photo and Wikipedia article.)
Sounds like the "Garden wolf spider".
What exactly do you mean by "hard shelled?"
Beige is a light tan. Tan is a light brown.
It sounds like a Funnel Web Spider or just a common House Spider.
Tan is a light brown.
its either a brown recluse or a violin spider
what goes best with tan? peach, pink, light light light light light red, the color of foundation2
Tan is a light brown. Brown and white would make tan.
if it is a big spider then it is probably the brown rucluse spider. You could search it on google
Light gray or light tan.
It's probably a Orb Weaver spider. They live in gardens and grassy areas. They have a large body that is shaped like a spade and has crevices that look like holes. If you go tohttp://www.coopext.colostate.edu/4DMG/Pests/spiders.htm , you can see a great pic of an Orb weaver. Hope this helps.
The name of a six-legged bug with a stinger on it and it is tan brown in color could be a spider cricket. Spider crickets are fond of caves, forests, burrows and cellars.
Crocodiles have a light tan appearance. SOMETIMES Green, it depends on what species it is. but there mostly a light tan colour.
it is a direct light that makes your skin darken (a.k.a a UV light)
Asked By Wiki User