I was looking at one of our roses yesterday and discovered a flower spider (Thomisadae) hiding in a rose. These maintain an anchor line but don’t spin a web to capture prey as other spiders do. It lurks between the petals and attacks whatever shows up. Often bees.
Their two forelegs are long and useful for en-wrapping prey.
this is awesome picture !!
how u get that ?!
is perfect !! i love it
Nikon 7100 with a 105mm Micro-Nikkor and a lot of patience