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It's definitely a skipper. You will probably need additional pics of the dorsal and ventral wing surfaces to get a better i.d.
That's so odd looking. It has to be a cicada, but the wings are too short for any I've seen. It almost looks like it's missing its longer pair of wings.
I found the same plant at my mom's house, north of Tampa.It is definitely genus Paederia, but it could be either sewer vine or skunk vine. See the webpage below:http://www.eattheweeds.com/paederia-foet...
Latrodectus speciesAccording to the scientists on this site, Latrodectus is extremely difficult to i.d. down to species in Ecuador.https://www.researchgate.net/post/Can_an...
Try looking at broad-necked root borers
Flesh flyFamily Sarcophagidaehttp://bugguide.net/node/view/110/bgimag...
I believe it's a Phidippus species; either P. regius (regal jumper) or P. audax (bold/daring jumper).
DannyKasche - you should put your species ID in the suggestion area instead of just the comments box. It's more likely to be seen that way.
It looks like a male stag beetle.