It's a larva of a green lacewing (Family Chrysopidae). Yes, they can bite hard but you're not its intended victim and they're not only harmless but beneficial as they're aggressive predators of aphids and other soft bodied plant pests. I can't be specific to what species of lacewing as they look fairly similar.
Another larva that looks very similar to yours.
Source from BugGuide.net
What the adult looks like (remember,they're an entire insect family so there are differences but not to most people).
Source also from BugGuide.net
Here is a larva very similar to your specimen:
Here is another one, also from the Family Chrysopidae (the colour pattern is not quite the same, but you can see the resemblance):
And here is the imago (adult), for comparison: