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Photo#379850
Unknown larva 10 - Dendroides canadensis

Unknown larva 10 - Dendroides canadensis
Port Sanilac, 47°27.2' N 82°33.3' W, Sanilac County, Michigan, USA
March 24, 2010
Size: ~5 mm
Found under bark of birch tree. There were lots of them. The tree was fallen over recently during some winter storm.
Very flat.

Order Dermaptera?

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Unknown larva 10 - Dendroides canadensis Unknown larva 10 - Dendroides canadensis

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Beetle larva, probably Pyrochroidae
This looks like a fire-colored beetle larva in the family Pyrochroidae. Generally, immature earwigs lack the curved cerci of these larvae; plus they possess longer antennae and compound eyes.

Compare this earwig with this fire-colored beetle larva .

 
yes
This is the larva of a member of the Pyrochroidae.

 
urogomphi say, Dendroides canadensis
[the commonest one]

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