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jcoowanitwong Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 1679 W: 0 N: 3120] (13754)
Walk around sunflower field that located on the roadside in the fringe of Bangkok urban, I found this little crab spider.

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Arachnida
Order: Araneae
Superfamily: Thomisoidea
Family: Thomisidae

Common name: Crab Spiders
Thai common name: แมงมุมปู

Crab spiders make up the Thomisidae family of the Araneae order. They are also commonly called "flower spiders" because they are most often found on flowers, lying in ambush for prey. Crab spiders do not build webs to trap prey, but are active hunters much like the jumping spiders (Salticidae).

They are called crab spiders because of their first two pairs of legs, which are held out to the side giving them (with their flattened, angular bodies) a crab-like appearance. Also, like crabs, these spiders move sideways and backwards more easily than forwards.

From: Wikipedia

My previous post on crab spider is Here.

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jcoowanitwong Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 1679 W: 0 N: 3120] (13754)
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Edited by:Shoot_Score Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 445 W: 302 N: 670] (2376)

Remove the small distractions from UL corner and rightside bottom... Achieve this via rotation;
This also zooms the photo somewhat, while maintaining thirds rule.

Finally some minor PP:
sharpening;
colour & contrast