Brown spider with white dots on back

1. American House Spider. The American House spider is a comb-footed spider, which means that it has long, skinny legs with comb-like hairs. As adults, their size is between 4mm-9mm (.16in-.24in). They're usually yellowish-brown with a dirty white, elongated abdomen with spots.

What to look for: These spiders are greyish-brown or reddish-brown with a white pattern across their back that resembles a cross. They can also sometimes be bright orange. They have striped legs, and females are twice the size of males. Garden spider (left and right) by xulescu_g via Flickr Noble False Widow (Steatoda nobilis).

Answer (1 of 7): It depends on what kind of spider it is. There is a common and widespread black-with-white-spots spider called the "bold jumping spider" (Phidippus audax). Look it up for pictures. It gets up to about half an inch long.

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Answer (1 of 2): There are only four kinds of spiders, worldwide, that can kill people. Your vague description might fit the "brown widow" Species Latrodectus geometricus - Brown Widow, which has the same venom as the sometimes deadly black widow spiders, but besides pain and discomfort these spi.


How to identify (and misidentify) Brown Widow The brown widow spider, Latrodectus geometricus, is not native to the United States. For decades, it lived only in peninsular Florida in the U.S. but in the first decade of the 21st century, it spread remarkably quickly, is now found from Texas to South Carolina and is well established in the urban areas of Los Angeles,.

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