Spiders in Virginia

Spiders found in Virginia include 22 unique species from 53 confirmed sightings based on contributions made by Spider ID members. It is important to remember that spiders seen in Virginia are not bound by the territorial lines decided on by humans, therefore their distribution is subject to change. Occasionally, spiders can be found well outside of their known range due to being intentionally or accidentally transported by humans in cars, luggage, and other belongings.


22 Species Found in Virginia

Virginia Sightings
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53 spider sightings have been made in Virginia by contributing members. Consider submitting confirmed sightings of your own.

Picture of Parasteatoda spp. - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Dolomedes tenebrosus (Dark Fishing Spider) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Herpyllus ecclesiasticus (Eastern Parson Spider) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Steatoda grossa (False Black Widow) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider Enlarge Picture
Picture of Dolomedes spp. (Fishing Spiders) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider Enlarge Picture
Picture of Scytodes longipes - Lateral Enlarge Picture
Picture of Dolomedes scriptus (Striped Fishing Spider) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Dolomedes scriptus (Striped Fishing Spider) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Dolomedes spp. (Fishing Spiders) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Ummidia spp. - Lateral Enlarge Picture
Picture of Pisaurina dubia Enlarge Picture
Picture of Tigrosa annexa - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Pisaurina mira (Nursery Web Spider) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Argiope aurantia (Black and Yellow Garden Spider) - Egg sacs,Webs Enlarge Picture
Picture of Steatoda spp. (False Widows) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Coras spp. (Funnel Web Spiders) - Male - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Steatoda spp. (False Widows) - Ventral Enlarge Picture
Picture of Hibana gracilis - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Amaurobius ferox (Black Lace-Weaver) - Male - Lateral Enlarge Picture
Picture of Dolomedes vittatus - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Amaurobius ferox (Black Lace-Weaver) - Male - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Latrodectus mactans (Southern Black Widow) - Female - Lateral,Ventral Enlarge Picture
Picture of Kukulcania hibernalis (Southern House Spider) - Female - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Phidippus otiosus (Canopy Jumping Spider) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Steatoda grossa (False Black Widow) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Steatoda grossa (False Black Widow) - Lateral Enlarge Picture
Picture of Xysticus spp. (Ground Crab Spiders) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Agelenopsis spp. (Grass Spiders) - Male Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider Enlarge Picture
Picture of Anyphaena spp. - Male - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Herpyllus ecclesiasticus (Eastern Parson Spider) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Pholcus spp. - Lateral Enlarge Picture
Picture of Larinioides cornutus (Furrow Orb-weaver) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Parasteatoda tepidariorum (Common House Spider) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of unidentified spider Enlarge Picture
Picture of Salticidae (Jumping Spiders) Enlarge Picture
Picture of Pisaurina mira (Nursery Web Spider) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Dolomedes triton (Six-spotted Fishing Spider) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Neoscona crucifera (Hentz Orb-weaver) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Parasteatoda tepidariorum (Common House Spider) - Ventral Enlarge Picture
Picture of Micrathena sagittata (Arrow-shaped Micrathena) - Dorsal,Webs Enlarge Picture
Picture of Pityohyphantes spp. (Hammock Spiders) - Male - Dorsal,Penultimate Enlarge Picture
Picture of Neoscona crucifera (Hentz Orb-weaver) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Pardosa spp. (Thin-legged Wolf Spiders) - Dorsal Enlarge Picture
Picture of Metepeira labyrinthea (Labyrinth Orb-weaver) - Dorsal,Webs Enlarge Picture