It depends on what species you desire, and what you consider huge. In my opinion the male Hobo Spider has a pretty large abdomen. However when comparing most male spider's abdomen to the female abdomen, the answer might as well be no.
it is spelled spinnerets and on a spider it is found on the underside of a spider's abdomen, near the rear.
in a spiders body there is cephalothorax and the abdomen i hope this is good enough
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.
Male and female spiders do not have specialized names like some other animals. Instead they are simply referred to by sex, such as male wolf spider or female black widow.
A male spider deposits his sperm into a sperm web, holding it in his palps. Then he cautiously approaches a female spider. The male spider deposits the sperm into an opening on the underside of the female spider's abdomen. The female fertilizes her eggs with the stored sperm and then lays them into an egg sac.
The cat-faced spider (Araneus gemmoides) may be described as having a large abdomen with four pin-sized holes.The spider is harmless. It is called cat-faced because of the patterning of the dimples, holes or indentations on its abdomen. The pattern often is interpreted as reminiscent of the eyes and ears of a cat.
The cross spider has white crosses on his abdomen. Another North American spider with white on his belly is a parson spider who has a white stripe down his abdomen.
abdomen... i think
=on their ABDOMEN!!=
no they have an abdomen, and a cephalothorax.
In a spider, the Pedicel separates the cephalothorax from the abdomen.
go to google fool
Cat Faced Spider............
if you look underneath the spider if there is a little spot on its abdomen then its a girl