- "Striped earwig" redirects here. This can also specifically refer to the Tawny Earwig (Labidura riparia).
|Labidura riparia specimen in Ebro Delta, Spain.|
The family contains a total of approximately 71 species, spread across seven genera in three subfamilies. Some well-known members of the family include Labidura riparia, commonly known as the tawny earwig, and Gonolabidura meteor. The family is mostly cosmopolitan, so it can be found around the world. The family's members are moderate to large earwigs, and are cylindrically shaped with well-developed wings. They have especially long antennae, while some segments can be shorter, and large cerci.
- "Checklist for LABIDURIDAE". Australian Faunal Directory. Australia: Australian Government: Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts. 2008-10-09. Retrieved 2009-06-27.
- "Discover Life - Dermaptera: Labiduridae - Common brown earwig, Striped earwigs". Discover Life. Retrieved 2009-06-27.
- See first entry in external links section for reference.
- Steinmann, H. (1989). "Dermaptera. Catadermaptera II". Das Tierreich 105.
- "Family LABIDURIDAE". Australian Faunal Directory. Australia: Australian Government: Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts. 2008-10-09. Retrieved 2009-06-27.
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- The Earwig Research Centre's Labiduridae database Source for references: type Labiduridae in the "family" field and click "search".
- Australian Faunal Directory: Labiduridae
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