I was in the shop this morning and noticed some larva on a bit of pollen remaining in a pollen trap. The first thing in my mind was to decide whether it was a Small Hive Beetle or wax moth larva. The important differential characteristic, in this case, are the webs left by the wax moth larva (SHB don't leave webs). I have also found these larva on bare, wax-coated plastic frames waiting to be placed in a hive I didn't realize that a bit of pollen would draw wax moth, not to mention the fact that it is January! I've not lived in an area where the wax moth was so prevalent. If you look closely, you can see the larva and the webs, with all the debris they accumulate.