Perched at the edge of a quiet stream in the Bornean rainforest, a Flexible-legged Spider (Hygropoda sp.) waits patiently for the telltale signs of struggling prey before racing across the water to grab its meal. Rather than spend the effort in building a web to ensnare insects, this species has made use of the water as its personal trap. Its remarkably long front legs are delicately placed on the water surface; these are able to detect the minute ripples created by a drowning insect. Sarawak, Malaysia (Borneo).