The swift crab spider has many spiny hairs covering the top of its body and legs, and it often has a light pinkish-tan cast. Some individuals might be yellow, and markings vary. Note the spiny carapace, abdomen, and legs.
Like other crab spiders, they generally resemble crabs: Their legs extend outward from the sides, and they can walk in any direction. Learn more about the swift crab spider and other foliage flower spiders in their group page.