Earwigs

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Earwigs
Earwigs make up the insect order Dermaptera, found throughout the Americas, Africa, Eurasia, Australia and New Zealand.
 
With about 2,000 species in 12 families, they are one of the smaller insect orders.
 
While their prominent tail-end pincers might look ferocious, earwigs aren’t harmful to people. They can seriously damage seedling vegetables and chew holes in annual flowers, soft fruit, and corn silks, but earwigs also play a beneficial role by feeding on aphids and other insects. Nocturnal in habit, they feed at night and hide during the day in dark, cool, moist places in the yard or within flowers or vegetables. To manage earwigs, reduce hiding places and moisture, and employ a vigilant trapping program.

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