A global community of nature enthusiasts
photographing and learning about wildlife
It poses like a crab spider but the two front legs doesn't look much like of a crab spider's. It also spins web, I think to anchor itself on leaves while resting or waiting for a passing prey. The head and body total length is about 13mm.
It is always seen on grasses and shrubs low near the ground on secondary forests, upland forests and cultivated lands.