The rains had raised the level of the bayou significantly. As a result, a colony of big, black ants were traveling all along a fallen log, carrying larva to higher ground.
One of a few North American millipedes. This one's about 4" long (depending on your display settings, this photo's about life size.)
One of dozens of blue dashers.
Possibly a laughter moth caterpillar. If you can refute this, please do leave me a comment.
A blue mud dauber, hunter of the dreaded black widow spider.
A small, banded woolly bear caterpillar.
Okay, okay, so these 2 Louisiana crawfish are technically crustaceans. We still know them as mudbugs (as well as "the other white meat.")
More pictures next time--stay tuned!