Observation: A spider that was on a neighbors porch last night, pretty little bug; I was wonder what kind of spider this is?
Cooperative Extension Serivce Consult: Statewide IPM Technician, Jessie Moan writes, "This is some kind of orbweaver spider. It could be a marbled orbweaver Araneus marmoreus, but that is a best guess at this point. The picture is indeed very small and pixelated!" University of Alaska Fairbanks
LEO says:Araneus marmoreus, commonly called the marbled orb-weaver is a species of spider belonging to the family Araneidae. It has a Holarctic distribution. Araneus marmoreus is found throughout all of Canada to Alaska, the northern Rockies, from North Dakota to Texas, and then east to the Atlantic, as well as in Europe. It is one of the showiest orbweavers. Two main forms of this species are known. The nominate form has an orange abdomen with black or brown marbling while var. pyramidatus is much paler, sometimes almost white, with a single dark blotch towards the rear of the abdomen. Source: Wikipedia (M. Tcheripanoff)