Spider Survey | nhm - black gray striped spider


Spider Identification Chart - Venomous or Dangerous? black gray striped spider

Spider Identification - an adult is 1/2 inch to more than 1 inch in body length - mottled gray to brown in color, with a distinct Union Jack impression on its back. The female carries it's young on its back.

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Grass Spider. Size: About the size of a U.S. quarter, with legs outstretched. Color: Brown with prominent longitudinal gray or tan stripes. Features: Prominent hind spinnerets: these are two, small, finger-like projections on the end of the grass spider's abdomen (used to spin the web).Many other spiders have spinnerets, but they are very large and distinctive in grass spiders.

Latrodectus hesperus - The Black Widow is the best known of all the Comb-footed Spiders. Large with a shiny black spherical abdomen and a red hourglass on the underside of the abdomen, the female cannot be confused with any other spider. As juveniles, the spiders are light colored, with white, yellow and black stripes.