Family Crambidae (Crambid Snout Moths), looks like Euchromius ocelleus - Belted Grass-veneer comparing it to photos on BugGuide.net http://bugguide.net/node/view/382212 and iNaturalist https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/318588-Euchromius-ocelleus
Moth, oblong tan with wide and narrower horizontal areas of darker brown. Stripped legs. Long antennae from above eyes. Possible Filbertworm Moth, Cydia Latiferreana.
Possible Drasteria edwardsii underwing moth, brown, red-orange underwing visible when on the ground, artistic pattern
Unknown species of beetle, irridescent brown/gold, redish legs, temporarily caught by Jack in an insect net during Bioblitz walk
Sighted at the outskirts of Lake Lagunita during the 2016 annual Stanford Bioblitz: http://web.stanford.edu/~rsur/Seeds_bioblitz.html
Four mushrooms topped by delicate, leathery outer membrane of their "eggs".
Not sure of exact location; camera does not have GPS.