Head of a Caddisfly
Queen Dampwood Termite
Mating Dampwood Termites
Green Lacewing. Their larvae feed on aphids. Lacewings are in the Order Neuroptera, meaning net-winged.
At least the fourth Stonefly species seen in the neighborhood this Spring.
Springtail: Very small. Has six legs, but is not classified as an insect. Very abundant in mulch and leaf litter.
18 March: Caddisfly
7 Feb: Stonefly
If you see a curled leaf, there is probably something inside. It could be a spider guarding an egg sac, or it could be a caterpillar. In this case it is an earwig.
Bristletail. See three-part tail.
The spider scurried away shortly after this photo was taken.
Square-headed Snakefly. (I did not make up this name.)