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Photo#84079
Pine Bark Beetle - Ips grandicollis

Pine Bark Beetle - Ips grandicollis
Ascension Parish, Louisiana, USA
October 8, 2006
Size: ~5mm

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By all means
post the other larva image. You might have *three* beetle families depending on what it looks like.

 
Multiple Families of Beetles
That's possible. I saw some very tiny (~1.5mm) insects but they were too fast and elusive to photograph. As soon as I pulled the bark away, they immediately ran for cover.

 
Those were probably spri*ngtails.
They are faster than most beetles. If you were to try touching them, they would spring out of the way.

state?
Can you edit the submission to include the state this is from? May be helpful.

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