possibly Oligotoma nigra, but I'll see if others agree. Came to a sheet and light at night.
Red headed Webspinners of 9-10mm in length. I thought it was a winged male ant. :-)
Several larval tunnels. There were some living ones, but they scurry away as soon as light hits them.
Webs on the soil under a rock in a pasture. Suspect webspinners, but not sure. Didn't see any critters.
The order Embioptera, commonly known as webspinners, are a small group of mostly tropical and subtropical insects, classified under the subclass Pterygota. The order has also been referred to as Embiodea or Embiidina. The name Embioptera ("lively wings") comes from Greek, εμβιος, embios meaning "lively" and πτερον, pteron meaning "wing", a name that has not been considered to be particularly descriptive for this group of fliers, perhaps instead referring to their remarkable speed of movement both...