Black Widow Spider (Latrodectus mactans): This spider is known for its venomous bite and distinctive red hourglass marking on its abdomen.
False Black Widow Spider (Steatoda grossa): This spider resembles the black widow but lacks the red hourglass marking. It is not as venomous as the black widow, but its bite can still be painful.
Northern Black Widow Spider (Latrodectus variolus): This spider is similar to the black widow but has a more variable pattern on its abdomen. It is found in wooded areas and is also venomous.
Long-legged Sac Spider (Cheiracanthium inclusum): This spider is black with long, thin legs and can be found in homes and buildings.
Hacklemesh Weaver Spider (Amaurobius ferox): This spider is black with a hairy body and is commonly found in basements and crawl spaces.
Bold Jumping Spider (Phidippus audax): This spider is black with white markings on its body and can be found in gardens and wooded areas.
Black House Spider (Badumna insignis): This spider is black with a bulbous body and can be found in homes and buildings, particularly in basements and crawl spaces.