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Photo#1181566
larva

larva
Turtle Lake, 1621 1 3/4 St., Barron County, Wisconsin, USA
July 12, 2015
Gathering_2015. Found in mosquito-infested woods. I am pretty sure this is a carabid, but correction would be very welcome.

Moved, staphylinid larva
Moved from Beetles.

Moved

Might be a Staphylinid?
It's hard to tell, but the head looks more rove-ish, and it looks like there's only one claw on each leg. They can be hard to tell apart from photos.

 
Oh yeah, got to be a rove beetle larva
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