10 Spiders in Georgia
Spiny-Backed Orb Weaver It’s one of the most unique orb weaver spiders in Georgia, as it features a shell-like abdomen with prominent spikes.
Joro spiders, also known as East Asian Joro spiders, are invasive orb weaver spiders in the genus Trichonephila.
The southeastern wandering spider is a member of the wandering spider family Ctenidae.
Southern House Spider It is one of the most common spiders in Georgia and is also widely distributed throughout the southern United States.
Twin-Flagged Jumping Spider Most specimens range between 5 and 6 millimeters in length, with females measuring only slightly larger than males.
Dotted Wolf Spider They are distinguishable thanks to the distinctive dots located on the underside of their abdomens.
The American green crab spider gets its name from its lime green color and its habit of walking sideways like a crab.
Brown Recluse It carries necrotic venom that is capable of causing vomiting, muscle aches, skin necrosis, and in rare circumstances even death.
White-Banded Fishing Spider It is found throughout the United States, particularly near streams and ponds.
The Alaskan Malamute, a dog that is strikingly similar to the Siberian Husky.