Made a new friend today, thought she was special. Turns out she’s not an albino earwig, but an earwig that has freshly molted her juvenile exo.
Her exoskeleton will darken as it hardens.
The common or European earwig doesn’t get her name because of her tendency to crawl into ears -as many of you may fear - but actually because their rarely used wings actually resemble a human ear (that’s right these guys can fly), which you can see in the first pic.
I set her back to the wild cause she just a basic bitch.
(Forficula auricularia, Forficulidae)
#tubbiesgarden#forficula auricularia #gardencritters#newyearnewfriends#basicbitch#albinonotalbino#earwig
Stuck in my head for days, singing everytime just for fun (e.g. While brushing my hair before going to bed) until I tried to even out my flaws as good as I could on my own, baby sis also did her review (better singer and musician than me) 💪🏻don't mind my face or enjoy it😂
Finally found profound lyrics for a song and pic combo
Life's a piece of shit
When you look at it
Life's a laugh and death's a joke, it's true
A bad day yesterday after I broke down an hour from home. A few other bike riders pulled up,one went an hour home.and back to get a trailer and take me an hour home only to drive an hour home again. Thanks Russel you were a champ aaannnnndddd always look on.the bright side of life dada da da da da da da 🤣 #montypython#alwayslookonthebrightsideoflife#dontidgethem#domtjudgeme 🤣 #earwig
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BEST MOM EVER!:
(by insect standards)
🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚 This female earwig (Forficula smyrnensis) is a dedicated mother. unlike most of the non-social insects, she lays her eggs in a dark and moistened place, and sticks around untill they hatch rather then leave them to the forces of nature.
The eggs take about 7 days to hatch, during that period the mother will keep them warm, fungus free and away from predators, even at her own risk.
once the offspring hatch, the mother will up her maternal game by feeding the nymphs for a over a month until they molt for the 2nd time, becoming ready to leave the nest and start their independent life.
Know anyone who should take a lesson from this bug?