Eyed click beetle, Alaus oculatus
The eyed clicked beetle is quite large at a little over 2" in length. One of its defense mechanisms is to snap a spine on the ventral side of its thorax into a groove which causes the beetle to launch into the air while producing an audible click. This one demonstrated for me when I got too close with the camera.
Cicindela sp., Tiger Beetle
This robber fly appears to be having a Flatid for lunch...possibly a palm planthopper.
Rhynchomitra microrhina, Dictyopharid planthopper on milkweed
Isn't it adorable?