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Yes definitly a click beetle larva most likly alaus oculatus don't these live in Texas were I live whats their range (south west?) like Orin said their predatory, so I can imagine feeding them small to medium size crickets

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This larva is most likely to be Alaus sp. Alaus oculatus are very common in many areas so I think this is Alaus oculatus larva. The larva in the picture seem to be in late instar but haven't reached its maturity. You have to feed live insects for this species so they are not easy to raise.

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