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The Saint Helena giant earwig Labidura herculeana was officially

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The Saint Helena giant earwig (Labidura herculeana) was officially declared an extinct species in August 2014. It was the world's largest known earwig, ...

Male (top) and female (bottom) St. Helena earwigs, Labidura herculeana (Dermaptera: Labiduridae).

One of the few known St Helena Giant Earwigs (credit: Roger S Key /

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A female specimen of abidura herculeana. Another one bites the dust.

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Saint Helena earwig The Giant Earwig of St Helena Labidura herculeana

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Goodbye to the Giant Earwig

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Can't tell back from front like that other bug from Volkswagen.

St Helena's giant earwig (Labidura herculeana) © La Faune Terrestre de L'île

A non-giant species of earwig with its young in the UK. Photo by

St. Helena Giant Earwig | by Dr. Takeshi Yamada.

Discussion on the Giant Earwig (Labidura herculeana)

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Saint helena earwig has been declared extinct

The Saint Helena giant earwig (Labidura herculeana) was officially declared an extinct species in August 2014. It was the world's largest known ear…

The race to save St Helena's rare species

Currently it's Mediterranean Scrub, and it's diet is based on the only other Labidura species, L. riparia, ...

An earwig from the Western Ghats

... Labidura herculeana, is, or rather, was the largest species of earwig, endemic to Saint Helena. Although the last live specimen was sighted in 1967, ...

Titanolabis

Labidura riparia - A male Labidura riparia specimen in Köpenick, Berlin, in a threatening

St Helenian ant spider (credit: Roger Key)

St Helenian bicoloured tineid (credit: David Pryce)

A female of the common earwig in a threat pose

Leleup's Darkling Beetle (credit: David Pryce)

Blushing Snail succinea sanctaehelenae Saint Helena Island Info Endemic Species

Dave Clarke looked for giant earwigs in the 80s

Shadowy chafer (Mellissius adumbratus) © David Pryce

the Ebony trochetiopsis ebenus Ebony [Saint Helena Island Info:Endemic Species]

Saint Helena Hoopoe (Upupa antaios) also known as Saint Helena Giant Hoopoe or Giant

Mellissia begoniifolia (Saint Helena Boxwood) is endemic to the island of Saint Helena

The Saint Helena giant earwig (Labidura herculeana) was officially declared an extinct species in August 2014. It was the world's largest known ear…

Spiky Yellow Woodlouse Saint Helena Island Info Endemic Species

Wahlenbergia linifolia (also called Large Bellflower) is a species of plant in the Campanulaceae family. It is endemic to Saint Helena.

Japanese Giant Hornet

Nesiota elliptica - Saint Helena olive - was a plant from the monotypic genus of flowering

Scrubwoods Saint Helena Island Info Endemic Species

the Ebony trochetiopsis ebenus Ebony [Saint Helena Island Info:Endemic Species] | Island Endemics | Pinterest | Saint helena

helenanomalon bonapartei Saint Helena Island Info Endemic Species

Earwig hunters travelled from the Royal Museum of Central Africa

Saint Helena ebony (Trochetiopsis ebenus) is a species of flowering plant that is endemic

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The Saint Helena giant earwig (Labidura herculeana) was officially declared an extinct species in August 2014. It was the world's largest known ear…

the Ebony trochetiopsis ebenus Ebony [Saint Helena Island Info:Endemic Species] | Island Endemics | Pinterest | Saint helena

and Inaccessible Islands – Saint Helena, United Kingdom

Earwigs and the Demise of a Giant

Biodiversity Due to a high number of endemic species and genera (400 known endemic species

Endemics of St Helena - St Helena Lobelia | Island Endemics | Pinterest | Saint helena

Jamestown, Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha, British Overseas Territory

Boneseed Saint Helena Island Info Endemic Species

Boers on Parade in Jamestown being addressed by The Governor [Saint Helena Island Info:

Dwarf Bellflower Saint Helena Island Info Endemic Species

Gumwoods at Peak Dale Saint Helena Island Info Endemic Species

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The British island of Saint Helena is home to this Seychelles giant tortoise named "Johnathan", who at 180 years old is the oldest living thing on the ...

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The beetle gets its name from the reddish hairs on its wings

St Helena National Trust Saint Helena Island Info Endemic Species

Not exactly the 'seaside' but definitely a beach Saint Helena Island Info Myths Debunked

Tea Plant Saint Helena Island Info Endemic Species

Saint Helena, South Atlantic Ocean

The official TUNGI website 'the spirit of St Helena'

Bastard Gumwood Saint Helena Island Info Endemic Species

Haementeria ghilianii, the giant Amazon leech, is one of the world's largest species of leeches. It can grow to 450 mm (17.7 in) in length and 100 mm (3.9 ...

Giant False Leaf Katydid Nymph (Pseudophyllus titan, Pseudophyllinae, Tettigoniidae),

If you need a door, something to swing open and shut when desired : this

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The path clearly shows the area of rich restored habitat above and the flax below the

Emperoptera mirabilis - Image: Emperoptera mirabilis

A Black Cabbage seedling in the Diana's Peak National Park Saint Helena Island Info Endemic Species

Can the great auk return from extinction?

Saint Helena Island Info Endemic Species

Jamestown, Saint Helena, South Atlantic Ocean - photo by Kyle Williamson

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Extract from a 1980 book describing the giant earwig, by Alan Brindle

Giant Wood Fly or Timber Fly

Midway noctuid moth - Image: Agrotis fasciata

Cephalotes atratus – La Fourmi Dark Vador a des Super-Pouvoirs

Memorial Fountain Saint Helena Island Info Myths Debunked!

New St Helena Saint Helena Island Info Myths Debunked!

Rocky Mountain locust - Photo from the 1870s

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The Titan beetle (Titanus giganteus) is a neotropical longhorn beetle. The adults defend themselves by hissing in warning and biting, and have shar…

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Xerces blue - Samples of the extinct Glaucopsyche xerces butterfly in the collections of the Field

Humans arrived on the island 500 years ago (credit: Paul Tyson)

Jug with a View of the Island of Saint Helena, England, Staffordshire circa 1820

Libythea cinyras - Image: Libythea cinyras

Insect - Lucanus dongi - Vietnam - Male 77mm (A-)