Types of Spiders
Spider Species Index
- Spider Species
Did you know there are more than 50,000 species of Spiders found in the world? Even though there are many similarities among them they are diverse enough to gain their own further categories.
- Brown Recluse Spider
The Violin Spider is another common name for the Brown Recluse Spider. They are well known for the look and design that features a type of violin drawing.
When you think of big Spiders what is the first one that comes to mind? For many people it happens to be the Tarantula.
- Camel Spider
You may have heard about Spiders called the Sun Spider or the Wind Scorpion. However, there real name is the Camel Spider.
- Wolf Spider
The Wolf Spider are very agile and they move quickly. They are active and they seem muscular. Like all Spiders they tend to do well living around.
- Black Widow Spider
The Black Widow Spider has a reputation for being one of the most dangerous Spiders in the world. This is because they have very large venom glands.
- Hobo Spider
The Hobo Spider is one that is considered to be very aggressive in nature. They are highly adaptive to many locations.
- Golden Silk Spider or Banana Spider
The Golden Silk Spider is also known as the Banana Spider or the Giant Wood Spider. They create silk coloring that is gold which is very different from other types of Spiders.
- Jumping Spider
There are more than 500 different genre of spiders that fall into the Jumping Spider category. This is approximately 13% of all of them on Earth.
- Redback Spider
The Redback Spider is often mistaken for the deadly Black Widow. While it isn’t as deadly it still is one you have to be very careful of.
- Goliath Bird-Eater Spider
The Goliath Bird-Eater Spider is actually one that belongs to the Tarantula group. It is the second largest spider in the world when you look at the legs of it.
- Brazilian Wandering Spider
The Brazilian Wandering Spider is one that is very interesting to learn about. They are in the record books as the Spider with the deadliest venom in the world.