Thanks for the information. Doing an image search for 'assassin bug nymph' reveals that you just might be right.I know I'm very late responding, but the bug looks to me like a nymph of an assassin bug or some other true bug. I thik it is predatory, based on the long mouthparts. Nice photo!
This one is also "love-in-a-mist" (Passiflora foetida). Fruit and flower. Pretty common here...Thanks, Clicl! This is how the sun spotted the blossom through the branches.
Another one but a more advanced technique:
focus stack of 28 pictures @ f/4
R5 and RF100 2.8L
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Wikipedia tells me this is called love-in-a-mist or devil in the bush. A little bit differnt.