I confuse this would be thomisidae or sparassidae
It has tappered abdomen and probably its a male
I can’t see the palps well enough to determine gender.
can i ask you something. how do we know that spider is male or female? how to see based on their palps?
Sure, the palps (pedipalps,leg-like appendages near the spider’s mouth) are swollen on penultimate male (one molt from maturity) and sclerotized and enlarged on mature male spiders and are used to transfer sperm to the female. On immature males and females they are slender throughout. A mature female will have an epigynum (female reproductive organ) on the ventral of the abdomen.
Looking for examples in the same genus …
This one looks feminine: http://farm9.static.flickr.com/8073/8321394378_6555e7f044.jpg
This one looks possibly like a penultimate male: https://www.flickr.com/photos/suedechen/25830240206
And this one a mature male: https://sagr.co.za/forum/images/ext/2aac5019ab421531513331b4e10b7ad5
This one and the other green one you submitted are Thomisidae, I think they’re in the genus Oxytate.