Edit: Turns out it's a Cicada! Thanks, recrisp.
I think this is a type of Christmas beetle, not sure about which specific one. Most of them are gone now, but there are a few around...like this. I've seen some empty dried up ones still attached to trees/branches, and this is one of the more intact ones. I thought it was pretty cool how they still hold on to things despite being very obviously dead. Makes you wonder about whether they just die peacefully in their sleep and their limbs stay in their position or get paralysed and have their insides eaten by something...
50D with Tamron 90mm f/2.8 Di Macro. These are not cropped at all, pretty sharp in RAW, so if anyone has crop or editing suggestions let me know!
1. ISO 100 f/3.5 1/400sec
2. ISO 100 f/5.0 1/400sec
And a pretty standard fly macro, but it's my first
3. ISO 100 f/3.6 1/320sec
Thanks for looking, all feedback and critique welcome.