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Beetle larva? - Chilocorus

Beetle larva? - Chilocorus
Deep Fork Wildlife Refuge, Okmulgee County, Oklahoma, USA
May 10, 2009
Size: aprox 5mm
I assume that the red spot is a mite.

Moved - concu with Eric
Moved from Ladybird Beetles.

Thanks Tim.

Moved from Beetles.

ladybird larva
Long legs! Multi-branched spines!

Thanks Boris.

My guess is a lady beetle larva (Chilocorus) or a leaf beetle larva.

Thanks Eric,
Will move to beetle page.

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