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Mosquito larvae is a strong possibility.
Maybe a young chicken of the woods?
They look like the flowers of a Royal Poinciana tree.http://lilianausvat.blogspot.com/2015/06...
They look like Mexican petunias.
Thank you for posting this - so interesting!
It looks like an assassin bug.
Maybe a sphinx moth? Rustic sphinx caterpillars can look like yours. According to whatsthatbug.com, many caterpillars will turn pink, orange or brown just before they pupate.
It looks like a herring gull.
I believe it's a skipper (family Hesperiidae); I'm no use beyond that point. :)
Is it a dragonfly nymph?