I typically see them feasting on flies or small bees, this is the first I've seen one feed on prey so much larger than itself. The spider is about dime size legs and all, and clearly a juvenile still. She is showing signs of becoming a master predator.
This pint-sized spider is a jumping spider of some sort, he was chowing down on a little gnat, or something equally as tiny.
Then another crab spider on some fleabane consuming a flower fly.
Then I came across a Daddy Longlegs feasting on a fly.... on the next plant over there was another Daddy Longlegs also feasting on what appeared to be the same species of fly.
It would appear it was a good night for the hunters....not so much for the HUNTED!