Cankerworm

Cankerworms are sometimes called "inchworms", but note that there are many other species of inchworms. Cankerworms have feet only at the front and rear, and they move by arching their…

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Earwig

Dark brown; about 1 inch long, with forceps-like pincers extending from backside. Habitat Earwigs live outdoors together in tree holes, under piles of lawn debris and mulch and under objects…

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Silverfish

Slender and shiny silver or gray, with long antennae and three tail-like appendages in back; 1/2- to 1 inch. Habitat Silverfish prefer warm, damp, undisturbed areas and may go undetected…

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Springtail

Springtails are minute, wingless insects that get their name from the fact that they have an unusual locomotor organ which acts a spring to flip them into the air. Habitat…

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