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Well, this is most definitely a true bug, with some kind of dry leaf camouflage, it seems. That " tuck-under beak straw " ia a giveaway for bug. Now just guessing, it looks like something in the Superfamily Coreoidea - Leatherbugs
or maybe some kind of Assassin Bug (Family Reduviidae)
According to this http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/herpetology/fl-... the range is helpful in ID with the Florida one found in central and southern FL, and the Northern in northern FL. So I'm guessing this is the Northern subspecies.