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Photo#378441
Unknown larva 9 - Ampedus

Unknown larva 9 - Ampedus
Port Sanilac, 47°27.2' N 82°33.3' W, Sanilac County, Michigan, USA
March 20, 2010
Size: ~10 mm
Is this also Elateridae?

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Unknown larva 9 - Ampedus Unknown larva 9 - Ampedus Unknown larva 9 - Ampedus

Moved
Moved from Beetles.

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Meal Worm
that is what it is called in the pet trade, they are fed to reptiles and some small mammals. It isn't Ampedus larvae these are the larvae of the darkling beetle.

Thnx guys.
Thnx guys.

Yup
most-likely another Ampedus sp.

sure thing
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