St. Andrew’s Cross Spider (Agiope Versicolor)
A colorful spider with a reputation of building an attractive web with an extra structure called stabilimentum. This structure helps to attract more prey and perhaps also explains the hypothesis of it being bigger than a normal spider due to its ability of catching more food.
The extra web structure also resembles a cross which explains the common name, unfortunately the photo I have taken do not show the web in great detail.
Wide-Jawed Viciria (Viciria praemandibularis)
I am not too sure if I had identified this spider correctly but comparison of photos available of this species of spider with the specimen I took pictures of seem to suggest it at least comes from the genus Viciria.
According to Wikipedia, Viciria is a spider genus of the Salticidae jumping spider family