Tenerife Running Crab Spider Philodromus punctiger

Tenerife Running Crab-type Spider male Big-headed, small-bodied male? No stripes on legs.
Tenerife Running Crab-type Spider "You can't see me" camouflage pose. (Faint stripes.)
Tenerife Running Crab-type Spider on eggs Female on eggs. Very stripey legs.
These are mostly the Canarian endemic Running Crab Spider P. punctiger and were all in northern Tenerife. They have varying degrees of stripey legs, from very stripey to none. One or two may be other Philodromus species. Their 8 eyes make them look like they are smiling.
Tenerife Running Crab-type Spider
Tenerife Running Crab-type Spider Grey, stripey.
Tenerife Running Crab-type Spider Orange, medium stripe.
P. punctiger male is more orange and the female paler and greyer due to whiter hairs on her body. The legs are usually slightly banded. (Another Canarian endemic P. wunderlichi is much paler still.)
Tenerife Running Crab-type Spider This one on eggs may be a different species and even genus.