CENTRAL FLORIDA CRITTER OF THE DAY: Crab Spider (Mecaphesa sp.)
These ambush prey as opposed to using a web to capture. Sometimes referred to as flower spiders. Wide variety of colors which generally will match the color of the flower they are hiding on.
May ambush some bees, but overall considered beneficial as they are biocontrol for some pest species and food for those up the food chain.
several in the crab spider family are very similar. You can distinguish them by the eye configurations.
Shown on Florida Native Plant: Spanish Needles (Bidens alba)