Earwigs (Order: Dermaptera) are brownish to black in color, narrow-bodied, elongated and somewhat flattened insects. Their body length ranges from 1/4” to 1”. The key characteristic for identifying an Earwig is the forceps-like cerci or appendage on the rear of the abdomen. The cerci are used to for capturing prey, defense, and mating.
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