Which type of Spider has a red dot for a body and black legs but not the redback spider?
The Redback Spider (Latrodectus Hasselti) is a particularly venomous spider. It is quite recognisable because of its distinct red line on its black body, and is of the spider genus Latrodectus, in the family Theridiidae. They are usually found close to human residences. That's all I think you need to know. And that you need to keep away from them.
The spider you've described is known as the Redback Spider. It's a native in Australia. It is a member of the genus Latrodectus, the widow spiders, which are found throughout the world. The female is easily recognisable by her black body with a prominent red stripe on the upper side (i.e. the back) of her abdomen. Redbacks are considered one of the most dangerous species of spider in Australia. The Redback spider has a neurotoxic…