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Photo#1491679
Beetle

Beetle
Wolf Creek, Josephine County, Oregon, USA
February 10, 2018

Frassed
Moved from Beetles.

Moved
Moved from Ground Beetles.

These images should be unlinked...
...as linking is reserved for different views of the same specimen. They can be cross referenced by placing thumbnails in the Remarks section of each, if desired.

Also, if you're not certain of the family, I would suggest moving the pics to ID Request (or at least Coleoptera). This looks a bit like a Cantharid larva to me. The experts will be able to say for sure.

Thanks!

 
Done
especially since I think the other pic is Diptera!

Also, never 'take a stab' at posting; only post at a level you are comfortable with. If you are unsure, put in ID Request

 
So this is a carabid?
Shows ya how much I know. :)

 
I really dont know
I was also thinking cantharid or melyrid

 
cantharid, i bet
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