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Earwigs are known as the evil creatures who crawl into the people's ears while sleeping and tunnel into the brain. They don't really do that. But they do plenty of other harmful things. These are omnivorous insects eating a wide variety of live and decaying plant and animal material. Predominantly plant eating or predatory species of the earwigs are also known.


Earwigs hide during daytime and live outdoors in large numbers. The insects can be found under piles of lawn clippings, compost or in tree holes. They prefer protected, moist environment in leaf litter and all kinds of debris on the ground, under bark, under stones, between leaves. Earwigs are usually nocturnal and attracted to lights at night. They raid buildings through wall crevices. Though these insects do not spread disease, they can be scary to look at.

These insects have an elongated and flattened body. They can be winged or wingless, and have chewing mouthparts. The abdomen is long and flexible. The large, membranous hindwings can be unfurled or folded very quickly. Females can be easily distinguished from males as they are usually smaller, have simple forceps and visible hind body segments as opposed to males, which have ten..

How to Prevent Damage

  • Eliminate leaf piles, compost piles or other vegetation from around your home.
  • Seal cracks and crevices in the walls of your house and office.
  • Make earwigs traps by mimicking their favorite hiding places. Burn them thereafter.
  • Encourage hungry birds into your garden. Birds eat amazing amount of insects.
  • Call professionals if things go beyond your control.

We emphasize on using green methods to exterminate Field Cricket that are both very effective as well as environment friendly.

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