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Cetoniinae. Impossible to ID them to species beyond that. Just rear them up in the wood you found them at. 

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48 minutes ago, Lucanus said:

Cetoniinae. Impossible to ID them to species beyond that. Just rear them up in the wood you found them at. 

Based on the location, Osmoderma, maybe?

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8 hours ago, JunkaiWangisme said:

@darktheumbreon Northern Michigan. Head orange, sparse hair over the body, quarter sized. It's a scarab for sure, not rhino. I am mainly asking whether they are may beetle larvae or jewel scarab. 

Neither, as mentioned they appear to be Osmoderma.

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