PEST CONTROL GESTION PARASITAIRE EXTERMINATION
Earwigs are not harmful to humans, they are scavengers of decaying matter and predators of insect larva, eggs & other pests.
The Earwig grows to about 1.5 to 2.0 cm 0.59 to 0.79 inches long and have antennas almost half as long. Earwigs have a long, flat body with a shiny, reddish-brown hard exterior shell and solid pincers at the end of their tail.
Earwigs hide in cool, dark, humid places: under stones, in garden garbage, wooden fences, aluminium doors & other cracks and crevices. Earwigs begin searching for food at sunset or sundown. In search of food they crawl & climb houses, fences and trees, and may begin to wander into homes in June or July. Even though they are accidental invaders, it is extremely unpleasant to find these insects among food and clothes & occasionally between or on bed covers.