Jumping Spider is the spider that is black with a red spot on its back
Along with what ankigarg87 stated, another spider that is black with a red dot on it is the black widow...
It could be a jumping spider if the body is somewhat fuzzy. Another culprit is called an Australian red back spider, which is a variation of the Black widow. It is very venomous and should be left alone if possible.
It could very well be a black widow. They are very poisonous so be careful!
It's a Redback (Latrodectus hasselti), they're a common spider in Australia and have a close relative in North America called the Black Widow which has the red spot on its underside instead. Both have one of the deadliest bites in the spider world
by Brittany Kennedy 6 years ago
What is the red spot on Jupiter and how did it form?
by Angela Michelle Schultz 8 years ago
Aside from the black widow, are there any other animals/insects/creatures that eat their mate...after mating?
by Alastar Packer 3 years ago
Most painful animal bite or sting in your country? Black Widow spider for U.S.?
by creatureman35 8 years ago
are jumping spiders poisonus ?like if they were to attack i just want to be ready
by kellyfournel 8 years ago
I was bitten by a black widow in the right temple when I was 8 yrs.old I am now 48 yrs old. I...was in a waking coma at home without medical treatment . I couldn't talk,sleep,eat or drink much for 3 days. My question is what can the effects have on my brain???????????? Plz. e-mail a response...
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