Yesterday we posted a picture of the Goldenrod Crab Spider. Also known as the Flower Spider, this bug uses camouflage as its main defense, instead of spinning a web. When this spider blends in with the flower it is hiding on, it will then attack its prey and bite them.
The Goldenrod Crab Spider feeds on various pollinators, like bees, butterflies and flies. It is usually yellow or red in appearance and is most often seen on sunny summer days when pollinators (potential dinner!) are likely to be seen.