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Bug Nymph - Largus

Bug Nymph - Largus
Mobile (Dog River), Mobile County, Alabama, USA
August 16, 2011
I found this with sweep net, in tall grass. I'm guessing this might be a lady beetle nymph, just haven't a clue which. What is it? Thanks.

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Moved

Moved
Moved from True Bugs.

Hemiptera
Lady beetle larvae look like little alligators.

I wonder if it's an early instar of one of the Cydnids, the Burrowing Bugs?

Moved-wrong order buddy :)
Moved from Beetles.

 
Actually
Looks like a red light bulb

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