Sure. All sorts of wildlife will eat beetle larvae. Two of the more specialized predators on the larvae hidden away in the wood are woodpeckers and ichneumon wasps. These animals are the best-equipped to get at the beetle larvae, but any omnivores, such as raccoons or the like, who find some of the larvae will happily consume them.
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