Well it's a Rove beetle (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) but not strictly the Devils Coach Horse as that is really a common name for Ocypus olens. This is somewhere near a Philonthus spp. but you I doubt that it is identifiable from an image.
1325 is a Ground beetle and one of the Amara spp. by the looks of it - again this is a tricky group and a microscope is usually required for these.
1328 is a Leaf beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) and one of the Chrysolina group known as Broad-shouldered leaf beetles - again better images and/or microscope required.
Sounds like it was/is quite nice down there on the Lizard
The ground beetle is possibly Amara aenea - you can clearly see the two incised lines on the pronotum, and the colour, shape are about right. Also the basal antennal segments are orange. So it's consistent with aenea.