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Earwig

Earwigs

With over 2,000 different species, it can be hard to tell one species from another. You can recognize earwigs by their forceps pincers which are connected to the earwig’s abdomen. Earwig’s pincers look very intimidating, although they don’t cause physical harm to us. Earwigs use their pincers to catch and eat other bugs, making them quite beneficial.

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two-spotted

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