Elateriform larvae are larvae (usually of beetles) that are worm-like in shape. They may possess very small legs and this shape of larvae is named after the Elateridae or Click beetles.

A photograph of mealworms.

A photograph of mealworms, larvae of the darkling beetle.
Photograph by Peter Halasz licensed under Creative Commons.

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