aka Crab spider
This tiny beneficial spider can change colors depending on what flower it is hiding in. It measures only 1/2" across. Seen above in green, red, and white to match the raspberry flower.
A Flower Spider eating a Japanese Beetle, the hibiscus seems to have a narcotic effect on the normally fast and strong beetles, making them easy prey.
The tiny spider hangs on by one leg to a Rose of Sharon Hibiscus
I was photographing the beetle and never even noticed the spider, I about jumped out of my skin when I was viewing the pics blown up on my monitor.
Removes pest insects