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Photo#1335743
larva

larva
Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, USA
March 15, 2016
Size: 5 cm long
THis pupa/larva? was dug up in the soil under a Sweetgum tree. At the front was a tiny little brown point or head at the tip of the first largest widest white blocky segment the rest of the segments gradually tapered down were clear and looked like you could see through them and see the darker digestive? system running through it. No legs.

Moved

Moved
Moved from ID Request. Perhaps one of the root borers in the Prioninae subfamily, but not positive.

cerambycidae ,methinks
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