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is this an earwig larva? - Dendroides canadensis

is this an earwig larva? - Dendroides canadensis
beverly, essex County, Massachusetts, USA
is this an earwig larva?

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Dendroides canadensis (Latreille)
It is the larva of Dendroides canadensis (Latreille).

In case you still wonder
In case you still wonder, earwigs do not go through a larval stage. Nymphs that look much like adults hatch directly out of eggs. Apparently the mother earwig stays with the eggs and young nymphs. I'm posting a photo showing mama and babies.

Fire-colored Beetle larva
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