The Ghost Spider (Neoscona punctigera) is a brown colored species of orb-weaver spiders in the family Araneidae. It has a hairy body and its legs are covered with spines. It's a nocturnal species. It constructs its web at night, shortly after sunset and removes the web next morning. During the day, it hides among the leaves. When at rest, it assumes a shape that looks like a monkey (first Pic) and that's why it is also known as "monkey spider"
Ghost Spider (Neoscona punctigera)