In the second photo you can see what great camo this is. I was surprised to notice this.
Sitting in wait on an ox-eye daisy in group site 2. Best guess that it is a female as it lacks pick stripes on the abdomen.
Male. Female on next flower over
Misumena vatia is a species of crab spider with holarctic distribution. In North America, where it is the largest and best-known flower spider, it is called the goldenrod crab spider or flower (crab) spider, because it is commonly found hunting in goldenrod sprays in the autumn.