A diagnostic for aphids is that they always have a pair of "exhaust pipes" on the abdomen - these often exude gluey wax to make life difficult for their predators.
These look like weevils to me; I'd never paid them much attention and looked them up in the "Bug" section of my insect book; but, no. Weevils is beetils! (Diagnostic: Hindwings modifided into hard wing-cases which meet in straight line down the middle of the back). It's the long "beak" that confused me. The position of the antennae shows that the beak is part of the head capsule, not the mouthparts; the mouthparts will be at the very tip.
There are over 40,000 species world-wide, so the next step depends on how much you need to identify them further. Certainly a dorsal view would help, but you have a smashing shot of a love triangle!
The creature top right clearly indicates the species.
It is an armour-plated clanger - a deviant from the the main clanger, resulting from an evolutionary accident producing a type of non soup-eating clanger. The armour plating is protection from the justifiable wrath of down-sized soup dragon communes.