I came across a sleeping Jerusalem Cricket earlier and somehow it didn't occur to me to take a picture, since I have that one posed and drying on the pinning board. Since they're nocturnal I thought I might look around outside and see if I came across any - as there are three at the bottom of our pool right now. I ended up running into different insects plus arthropods, gastropods, and salamanders. Below are the pictures - with quick general identifications.
Formicidae (Ants), Xystodesmidae (Millipede Family), Coleoptera (I have three specimens, will devote a later entry to more specific identification), Machilidae (Bristletails)
Raphidophoridae (Camel Crickets), Pulmonata (Slugs, Snails)
Coleoptera, Forficula auricularia (European Earwig)
Carabidae?(Ground Beetle), Pulmonata, Anisolabididae (Ring-Legged Earwigs, male based on asymmetric pincers)
Pulmonata, Diplopoda (Millipedes, Class)
Forficula auricularia, Ensatina eschscholtzii (Monterey Ensatina)
Batrachoseps attenuatus (California Slender Salamander)
Pulmonata eggs, Araneae (Spider) eggs, Pulmonata
Agelenidae (Funnel-Web Spiders), Lumbricina (Earthworm)
Eventually I'll get around to keying the three Coleopterans, but at this point I still am rather busy with medical school. I should make it a habit to do night surveys - they're a lot of fun. Thanks to Phil for the salamander IDs - it pays to have a friend who knows herps and amphibians.