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Old 01-11-2015, 05:30 PM
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Default Larvae ID

Hello,

I was directed to this forum for an insect ID, and you all seem quite versed in the subject

Found this on the root ball of a pepper plant while transplanting from overwintering.

Any help would be much appreciated



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Old 01-11-2015, 05:36 PM
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Hello,

I was directed to this forum for an insect ID, and you all seem quite versed in the subject

Found this on the root ball of a pepper plant while transplanting from overwintering.

Any help would be much appreciated



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Looks like a darking beetle larvae? Just my thought.
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Old 01-11-2015, 09:27 PM
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Hello,

I was directed to this forum for an insect ID, and you all seem quite versed in the subject

Found this on the root ball of a pepper plant while transplanting from overwintering.

Any help would be much appreciated



Cheers
I might help some of the experts (not me) narrow things down if they knew where you were located.
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Wireworm. Larvae of some kind of beetle. Could be Elateridae.
Raise it up and tell us what it is.
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Wireworm. Larvae of some kind of beetle. Could be Elateridae.
Raise it up and tell us what it is.
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