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Biggest larvae I've ever seen! That's a hand shovel for comparison. Is it for some type of beetle?

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Davidbygott 7 years ago

They are beetle larvae, family Scarabeidae; if VERY large they may be subfamily Dynastinae (e.g. rhino beetle, ox beetle), or some other member of that family.

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Spotted on Nov 4, 2014
Submitted on Nov 4, 2014

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