The main use of his tail, indeed, is for folding away his wings, much as the earwig folds hers by aid of her pincers.
I must devote a short division of this chapter to the earwig.
(i) Reincarnation, as an earwig, or a Hottentot, or an emperor.
What shall I, this Me, do when I am an earwig or an emperor?
If the inmate be in the pupal state, or even if it be ready to emerge in its perfect condition, the earwig will eat it.
The care of the earwig not only extends to her eggs, but also to her young larv.
Some are office-seekers, and earwig king and consul, and compass the fall of officials, with an eye to salary.
From an earwig I obtained a filaria nearly five inches in length.
A name which excites anything but agreeable associations is earwig.
This is equivalent to writing a natural history and leading off with panther and earwig.