Larva of a larder beetle

7038.       Been finding these on top of my dryer periodically. July, August. Usually 3 or 4 at a time. Will curl like a crescent moon if touched. About 1/4” in length. Didn’t realize they had furry multiple legs until I macro zoomed the photo. Ardmore, AB. Canada

Number 7038. This is a larva of a larder beetle, Dermestes lardarius (Coleoptera: Dermestidae) or a close relative. They only have six small legs near the head end (left, in your image); the ‘furry’ legs are just long setae (body hairs).  Click here for some control recommendations.