I'm not sure if what you are looking at is a worm per se. It sounds more like a caterpillar which is the larvae of either a butterfly or moth. Try looking up different types of caterpillars since they tend to be quite colorful and can have hairs that stand out on various areas of their segmented bodies. That sounds kind of like a wooly bear caterpillar to me. wooly bears are often black with redish fuzz and black fuzz. (3 stripes) They become Isabella moths.
If it is parallel orange lines that are the spikes then it sounds like it is ladybird larvae.
A buck moth caterpillar has orange spots on its back, with orange feet and black spikes. The buck moth caterpillar is poisonous, causing rashes and nausea. Buck moth caterpillars inhabit oak forests.
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 cobra (snake)
I saw one of these in my garden, it is a type on beetle pupa of some sort, red and black is the common colour but can also be seen in orange, yellow and white.
a wooly bear caterpillar
it will cover the colour if you leave it on for the right amount of time They are black skin and sometimes light brown
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The Orb Weaver is the spider with an orange back and black diamonds on its back. It is not aggressive and not venomous.
Olive green to brown. At night, they reflect back red to reddish orange
After a research Arge ochropa is a wasp found to have an orange back and black body. However; orange and black honey bees are also seen.
Orange and yellow, I have a peach tree in my back garden its a mix of orange yellow and a reddish colour.
Jolteon is yellow and has spikes on his back.
6 on the front and none on the back. if you have cross country spikes then there are 4 on the back
There are a number of bugs that have a black body and orange or brownish spot on it's back. This could be a spider.
Valentino (mind you, he is a hedgehog) has a dark red head, dark red curved-up head spikes, (like that of Shadow's and Silver's) dark red back spikes, a furry face, sunglasses, violet eyes, gloves (that of Knuckle's), and green, orange, and black shoes.
No. While an orange spider might have a fairly painful bite, it's bite is not considered to be venomous or poisonous. Some shockingly common spiders with dangerous and poisonous bites are black widows (known by their reddish hourglass design on their back) or brown recluse spiders.
Why do caterpillars have spikes
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.
It is a spiny crab or jewel spider.....
Orioles are orange and black. The breast of the oriole is a bright orange with hints of yellow, while the face, back, wings and tail are black
The eastern tent caterpillar is the caterpillar that is black with a white stripe on its back with orange fuzz. These moths are common in North America.