Earwigs (Order Dermaptera) Earwigs are brown in color, and their whole body is about 2 inches long. With large pinchers on the end of their tail. They are most visible inside and outside of the home during the months or a season where there is higher than normal moisture (or rain) and hotter temperatures. They will typically hide in small gaps or crevices such as door or window frames, gutters, and water damaged wood.

Earwigs (Order Dermaptera)

Earwigs are brown in color, and their whole body is about 2 inches long. With large pincers on the end of their tail.

They are most visible inside and outside of the home during the months or a season where there is higher than normal moisture (or rain) and hotter temperatures. They will typically hide in small gaps or crevices such as door or window frames, gutters, and water damaged wood.

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