This tiny green spider was picked with some flowers and ended up in a drop of water on the sink. I was surprised that all it seemed to want to do was to stand on its head! If it had walked two steps it would have been out of the water! I wondered why that behaviour. Was it to keep the spiracles on the abdomen out of the water?? I carried it outside on a knife and let it go. The second last photo shows the markings under the abdomen.
This tiny spider and her many spiderlings were on the concrete wall of the house. They were very, very small. I wonder if they may be Cryptachaea veruculata, but don't think my photo is good enough to tell.
A medium size spider, probably about 2cm long. Due to the eight equally sized eyes in two rows, I believe this is a False Wolf spider, family Miturgidae. The eye pattern of Wolf spiders is quite different.