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Haas F. (2004-2013) Earwig Research Centre (ERC)


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Description and biology of Euborellia arcanum sp. nov., an alien earwig occupying greenhouses in Germany and Austria ...


The earwigs of Kansas, with a key to genera north of Mexico (Insecta: Dermaptera)


A new Earwig in the genus Votox (Dermaptera: Labiidae) from The Southwestern United States and Mexico


The Ring-legged Earwig, Euborellia annulipes (Lucas)


Biology of the African Earwig, Euborellia cincticollis (Gerstaecker), in California and comparative notes on E.annulipes (Lucas)


Matching comments ranked in order of relevance:

Well...


Wood boring earwig?


a quote from wikipedia


That's an Earwig. Not sure of


earwig


The common earwig in southern California


earwig name comes from....


I Agree With Andy: Female European Earwig


Earwig


Earwig myth.


Earwig


Earwig


Earwig


Earwig


Sex


Dermaptera (earwig)?


European Earwig


Earwig?


sadly it died long ago... kil


Correct…


Earwig


Earwig


Female or...


Agreed


===!!! d e r m a p t e r a n s !!!===


I added the date. I had acci


Yes -


Not an expert but...


an Earwig ^__^


European Earwig, Forficula auricularia ?


Forficula, maybe?


Earwig


Linear earwig.


Looks like an earwig.


R.I.P.


Earwig.


European earwig.


Immature earwig.


European earwig.


Immature earwig?


Earwig ID


European earwig.


Ringlegged earwig.


Earwig?


Linear or Riparian:-)


Definitely an Earwig.


European Earwig


Earwigs.


European Earwig


I would concur.


Maritime earwig?


Earwig!


European earwig?


Male European earwig.


Thanks! I'm praying it was an earwig :-)


European earwig.


European earwig.


I tend to favor the earwig id


Maritime earwig?


Female Earwig


Thanks


Earwig


Moved


Moved


Jeff,


Paradoxosomatidae


Frassed


Earwig


Moved


looks like an earwig


European Earwig (female)…


Moved


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nope, it's an earwig


Female


Earwig


Moved


Seems more like a beetle larv


I think not a fly. Maybe an e


Following this...


earwig


Looks to be


So this is an European Earwig


Moved


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Earwig


Earwig of some kind


An earwig, rather.


Immature


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Earwig


Bumpy back spider


quite unrelated to Forficula, actually


earwig


Moved


young earwig


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earwig nymph


earwig


agreed


I have been finding the exact


Many thanks!


yes, this is a recently molted male european earwig


threads dead baby, threads dead, but...


young earwig


the top three are cockroach nymphs of some sort


maybe


earwig


Earwig (European?)


Earwig


Male - European Earwig


Moved


Male - Ring-legged Earwig


Yes


Female - Ring-legged Earwig


Moved


Moved


Female - Ring-legged Earwig


Host range


European Earwig


Moved


Forficula auricularia


Triarthria setipennis


This is an earwig


Euborellia annulipes, an earwig


Sounds like a wasp is placing food


more


:)


Euborellia


"Moved" auto-replies


Rove Beetle


female European earwig


BC Earwig options


re help


Moved


Moved


male european earwig


look like a female European earwig to me


I bet this is a male European earwig, Forficula auricularia


I would call this a female European earwig


Not an expert on earwigs, but...


maybe an immature European earwig


an earwig with fungus


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beetle, rather (Platydracus sp., maybe the common P. maculosus)


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Earwig nymph


Right…


European Earwig Forficula auricularia?


European


Maritime Earwig (female)…


If this is a full grown speci


European Earwig (female)…


European earwig?


female European Earwig is correct


agreed


Looks like the European Earwig ...


Moved


Moved


immature earwig; beyond that, ID is highly unlikely


Immature Earwig, yes; hopeless beyond that...


About how large was this earw


a very young earwig nymph


Moved


Moved


Moved


Thank you


Probably not possible to ID...


Some sort of earwig


Earwig of some kind


Moved


Moved


Moved


With that back end


Moved


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Moved


Moved for expert attention


earwig not rove beetle


female earwig, not beetle


Moved


Moved


Moved for expert attention


I don't think it's a European Earwig


Moved for expert attention


Earwig


maybe


Moved


I think so


Mimic?


Not an earwig


Earwig


Dermaptera, Embioptera, Grylloblattodea, etc


Beetle larva, probably Pyrochroidae


Forficulidae


i thought the same too - southern


Moved


Not European earwig.


European Earwig confirmed


Moved


Moved


Those that have wings can fly


yes -- nice earwig; a female, too


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Aren't they gorgeous fingers though? :0)


Definitely looks like an earwig to me


Your critter


Thanks, Chuck.


Yes, immature


Staphylinid


A harmless Earwig


Toothbrush


some kind of...


Moved


Moved


If you found it on the beach


Maybe an Earwig?


This is my husband's theory too...


Great idea- you beat me to it!


Earwig


Moved


Moved


a nice, nice male earwig -- and i like Eric's call very much


Is this an earwig?


No.


Moved


Actually, they do fly.


Maybe...


Earwigs?


Well,


It IS rather embarrassing


"Pretty, for an Earwig" -- how dare you???


Earwigs


I had thought it might be an


Dermaptera (earwig)


Earwig


Thank you


Looks dangerous


Looks like an earwig.


American Cockroach?


nice shot


Euro earwig


Hola compatriota


Why restriction?


Earwig!


nymphal earwig


Earwig?


European Earwig feet


Moved


Moved


Looks like


Forficula auricularia…


Looks like a European Earwig


European Earwig


Yes...


I'd agree


Pincher Bug


Male European earwig.


yeah its an earwig


Earwig


looks like European Earwig to me


An experienced image contributor speaks...


I'm so glad to see you join the Guide


this is one nice male earwig, not yet in the Guide


Probably ring-legged.


Nope.


sorry about that


Uh...


ID...


ID...


It is.


you are right, it's European Earwig


Thanks


Out of range


Immature.


Yes, earwigs.


Yes.


Maritime Earwig?


Right!


Reminds me of...


angles


I looked at the ring -legged


Ring-legged.


Moved


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Moved


You're right Gary, an early i


Spine-tailed Earwig (Doru aculeatum) family Forficulidae


By "map function"


Not a Superstition


Definitely not an earwig


Not sure


Identification


Bug


Horsehair worm


Moved


Moved


Moved


earwig type


Looks good to me


European Earwig


Earwig ID cont.


Ring-legged Earwig


Earwig


Female, yes. Ring-legged, probably not


Striped Earwig?


ringlegged earwig


Thanks, Eric


Awesome photo - thanks for sharing!


:)


I doubt it


Yes


size


Baby?


Your Welcome


Gorgeous shot.


ok


Yep.


Yes.


I think


Handsome,


Earwig


I wish I could get another look at the one I saw


An earwig?


Trophy male:-)


In case you still wonder


Female Earwig


You're not the first to ask for that...


Thanks!


Rove Beetle


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