Dermaptera spp. Insecticide
Description of Earwigs (Dermaptera spp.):
Earwigs are commonplace in folklore, but they do not burrow into your ears and lay eggs in your brain. They're easy to identify by their pincers on the butt of the insect. They can use the pincers offensively and defensively. They are only considered minor pests to the lawn because they feed on dead and decaying material--not living.
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