A black spider with white stripes is most commonly known as the zebra spider. Zebra spiders are small black spiders with white hairs that form stripes.
Zebra spiders are widespread across North America, Britain, Europe and the Holarctic. The Zebra spider is also known as Salticus scenicus. The zebra spider is a very common jumping spider, and it uses its tremendous jumping ability to catch its prey. Zebra spiders are often noted for their large eyes and their unique color pattern of black with white stripes. They often live in or nearby human settlements and can be seen quite easily.