Nature’s Spectacular Patterns By Yuwaraj Gurjar
Unusual and beautiful little critters, crab spiders do not use a web to catch their prey. Instead, they wait motionless, their camouflage near perfect on flowers, among leaf litter, or on the stems or leaves of plants to ambush passing insects. In the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, a tiny male crab spider clings on to the much larger female waiting for an opportunity to mate.
EXIF: Nikon D90, Tamron 180 macro, Aperture: f/14, Shutter speed: 1/60 sec., ISO: 200