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What weird bug please? - Forficula auricularia - female

What weird bug please? - Forficula auricularia - Female
Loudonville, Ashland County, Ohio, USA
August 20, 2018

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What weird bug please? - Forficula auricularia - female What weird bug please? - Forficula auricularia - female What weird bug please? - Forficula auricularia - female

Moved
Moved from Earwigs.

Earwig
Looks to be an European earwig - Forficula auricularia.

 
Thank you!
Love these latin names :)
Origin: [L., small shears, scissors, dim. of forfex shears.] forficula

Earwig
Maybe this one:


 
wow. Thanks Ken!
Doesn't look much at all like the dark-all-over ones I'm familiar with.

(UPDATE: Oh my gosh. I see in the archive that I was complaining about them being on those milkweeds back in 2012. But they were very different looking . . . I guess 'cause they were young)

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