The Yellow Garden spider (Argiope aurantia) is the most common species with striped legs. This spider has black, yellow, and white coloring.
Bold Jumping spiders (Phidippus audax) are known for their thick strong legs. These spiders can come in different colors due to regional differences.
Spotted Orbweavers (Neoscona crucifera) are mostly known for the large spider web. This web can be larger than 2 feet.
This colorful spider is known for its striped multi-colored legs. They spin webs in the shapes of orbs and they are seen on these webs most times.
The Dark Fishing spider (Dolomedes tenebrosus) is often seen as a dangerous species due to its size. Some people confuse it with a tarantula.
The colors of the Cross Orbweaver species (Araneus diadematus) vary considerably. These spiders can be red, brown, gray, or yellow.
Banded Garden spiders (Argiope trifasciata) have striped legs in the same color as the abdomen.
These spiders (Parasteatoda tepidariorum) are frequent in homes. They come in all types of colors such as gray and black.
Brown Widows (Latrodectus geometricus) have neurotoxic venom and should not be handled. Spiders of this genus have varying colors, mostly in shades of brown.
Marbled Orbweavers (Araneus marmoreus) are known for having a dual orange-yellow color. These spiders also come in a tan or a gray color.