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Species Forficula auricularia - European Earwig

 
 
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Earwigs (Dermaptera) of South Carolina, with a key to the eastern North American species and a checklist of the North American..
By K.M. Hoffman
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 89 (1): 1-14, 1987
Full title: "Earwigs (Dermaptera) of South Carolina, with a key to the eastern North American species and a checklist of the North American fauna"

Can be found online here.

The earwigs of Kansas, with a key to genera north of Mexico (Insecta: Dermaptera)
By Engel M.S.
Trans. Kansas Acad. Sci. 106: 115-123, 2003
A key to earwig genera occurring north of Mexico; a brief overview of earwig biology, evolution, and higher classification; as well as the descriptions, images, and key to species occurring in Kansas are provided.

The Earwigs of California (Order Dermaptera)
By R.L. Langston & J.A. Powell
Bull. Calif. Insect Surv. 20: 1-25, 1975
Full text
Illustrated key to adults and detailed descriptions with data on biology and geographic distribution for species established in California (of which only one –-Vostox apicedentatus–- is native; an annotated list of accidental records of other intercepted spp. is provided).

Phylogenomics and the evolution of hemipteroid insects
By Johnson K.P. et al.
PNAS, 2018

The insect microcosm of Western Juniper berries
By L. A. Dimitri, K. C. Tonkel, W. S. Longland, and B. G. Rector
Rangelands 36(3):8-11, 2014

Aquatic Dicotyledons of North America: Ecology, Life History, and Systematics
By Donald H. Les
CRC Press, 2017
Host plants for many species

Evaluating Indirect Ecological Effects of Biological Control
By E. Wajnberg, J.K. Scott, P. C. Quimby
CABI, 2001

Pacific Northwest Insects
By Merrill A. Peterson
Seattle Audubon Society, 2018
To be released August 11, 2018.
Promises to be a great book! Update: It is a great book!
U. of Washington Press Intro

 
 
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