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Which Earwig? - Forficula auricularia - female

Which Earwig? - Forficula auricularia - Female
Bullitt County, Kentucky, USA
October 19, 2018
Earwig was under an item on the raised deck. Which earwig? Marked this as an adult but does it have undeveloped wings and therefore immature?

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Moved from ID Request.

Female
The wings are folded up, underneath. = Adult
This looks like a female European Earwig, Forficula auricularia. (widespread) The males have much larger pincers.

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