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Ten segments plus a base segment to the antennae and the mouth parts would indicate that it is not a true bug. The rear claspers are quite prominent.
There appear to be plates forming at the root of the wings, so could be a juvenile of something, but I really have no idea what. Any help appreciated.
Adjacent to a small stream. Altitude 1000m.
Thanks to Mark Ridgway for the ID.