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Earwigs

5 STEPS TO EFFECTIVE EARWIG CONTROL
Bug Lady Oct 4, 2016

Earwigs, the legend goes, will crawl into people’s ears at night and burrow into their brains. Fortunately, that’s a myth (earwigs are actually relatively harmless to humans), but earwigs are pests nonetheless and earwig control is important. Earwigs are easily recognizable by their p...

CONTROLLING EARWIGS IN YOUR HOME
Bug Lady Oct 11, 2016

Controlling EarWigs   The Earwig got its name from the widespread superstition that they used to crawl into people’s ears while they were sleeping and bore into the brain. There are over 20 different species of earwigs, but typically only about three of these are commonly known as pe...

How To Get Rid of Earwigs In Your Home
Bug Lady Oct 12, 2016

Earwigs we probably all know by now how they really got their name? Well from the widespread thought that they would crawl into people’s ears and then bore into our brans while we slept. The little pinchers on the earwig's body or the “cerci” are used both to defend themselves a...

EARWIG CONTROL FACTS FOR YOUR GARDEN, LANDSCAPE, AND YARD
Bug Lady Oct 12, 2016

You need earwig control if you have ever seen a reddish brown bug with forceps on its back in your garden. They are very common in any landscape and sometimes the little critters make it into your home causing a ruckus! These little guys eat other insects and, in some cases, are actually great if...

EARWIG CONTROL FOR YOUR HOME
Bug Lady Oct 12, 2016

Earwigs got their name when people erroneously thought these insects crawled into people’s ears when they slept. Other than a light pinch, earwigs are harmless to humans. These creatures scavenge for dead insects and rotting plants; they may also chew on living plants. They are enemies wit...

EARWIG TRAPS FOR YOUR HOME
Bug Lady Oct 12, 2016

Earwigs are scary looking insects with pincers or forceps at the end of their abdomen and are reddish brown in color with light brown legs. They feed on insects, fruits, mold, flowers, and leaves. They do not spread disease, but can be scary especially for little children. They hide during the da...

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