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  1. While this superstition has no scientific backing, the pincers located on the back of an earwig’s abdomen are quite frightening to many people. There are more than 20 different earwig species occurring in the United States. Read on to learn about earwig control and how to get rid of earwigs.
  2. Most earwigs only eat decaying plant material or dead insects. In very high numbers, they can sometimes damage cultivated plants. Types. There are 22 species of earwigs found in the United States. The European earwig is the most common species found in South Carolina and is the most common earwig pest around homes.
  3. Types of Earwig. European Earwigs; Red Legged Earwigs; Striped Earwigs; 2 Earwig Facts. How to get rid of Earwigs? What do Earwigs Eat? Why do earwigs call earwigs? Do earwigs go in your ear? What do earwigs do? Can Earwigs fly? Earwig Habitat: Where do they live? Earwig Reproduction.
  4. Typical earwigs appear to be dark reddish brown in color. Size-how big is an earwig. There are a number of variables that determine how big an earwig could be. The size varies depending on the species and the age. An adult earwig for instance could range between 5 .
  5. Jun 05,  · Earwigs are insects that belong to the order Dermaptera. They are minuscule and yet horrid looking bug. An adult earwig varies from mm in size. They consist of two pairs of wings and pincers on the back of their abdomens that make them look scary. You can also call the pincers forceps and earwigs use them to catch their prey and protect themselves from other creatures.
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  7. During the day, earwigs tend to hide under rocks, bark or organic debris or stow away in other dark, damp places. However, in some conditions, like a drought, earwigs may seek shelter inside of your home. Indoors, earwigs may be attracted to materials that offer a source of cellulose and are in the process of decaying.

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