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Comb-clawed Beetle larva - Androchirus erythropus

Comb-clawed Beetle larva - Androchirus erythropus
Beaver Creek, Richmond Hill, York Region, Ontario, Canada
April 24, 2007
Size: 25 mm
In a huge, dead bracket fungus. I'm pretty sure it's a Tenebrionid. Please correct me if I'm wrong.

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Comb-clawed Beetle larva - Androchirus erythropus Comb-clawed Beetle pupa - Androchirus erythropus - female Comb-clawed Beetle pupa - Androchirus erythropus - female Comb-clawed Beetle - Androchirus erythropus - female Comb-clawed Beetle - Androchirus erythropus - female Comb-clawed Beetle - Androchirus erythropus - female

I don't think I ever saw this series, Stephen.
Very nice record of development.

 
Thanks, Jim.
What an interesting beetle that came out of such a simple-looking larva!

Moved
Moved from Darkling Beetles.

You are right!
.-)

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