Here's your insect identification challenge for the week. It's not a great photo, but this critter is unique enough that I think you'll be able to ID it from the image. Know what it is? Post an answer in the comments by next Tuesday, and check back in a week for the answer.
Last week's challenge was a tough one to identify from just one photo - the common roachfly, Tallaperla maria. This is one of several roach-like stoneflies in the order Plecoptera. Good job by Moni for knowing it's a stonefly.
Photo: Jessica Lawrence, Eurofins Agroscience Services, Bugwood.org