Wednesday June 11, 2003
what do earwigs look like in the early stages. do the have a larva stage?
Jeffrey A, CA
Earwigs undergo "simple" metamorphosis, also called Gradual metamorphosis, and by this process they emerge from the egg as a miniature of the adult they eventually will become. For insects that undergo simple metamorphosis, such as roaches, termites, crickets, etc., the early stages are referred to... Read more
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