It looks like a Termite but it an extremely long abdomen. The last picture shows good color but it has collected dust
speedy larva runs forwards as fast as it does backwards
Agulla sp. snakefly (Raphidioptera), China Camp SP, Marin County, California - April 2009. This large insect was about an inch long without the ovipositor.
It flew into my shirt!
Snakeflies are a group of insects comprising the order Raphidioptera, consisting of about 210 extant species. Together with the Megaloptera they were formerly placed within the Neuroptera, but now these two are generally regarded as separate orders.