Black and Yellow Garden Spider is a spider found in gardens in Southern Canada, United States, Mexico, and Central America. It gets its name from the Black and Yellow markings on the female spiders. The version is brown compared to the female. It is found in open fields and in gardens. It eats insects most of the time, but will eat small vertebrates such as geckos and green anoles. It builds a web to catch its prey, spider will make a new web every day once the web is damaged or destroyed.