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earwig with eggs

earwig with eggs

A mother earwig (Forficula auricularia) guards her nest of eggs. A recent study shows that earwig mothers return to their nests more quickly in environments with pathogens than in pathogen-free areas, to spend more time cleaning their eggs to protect them from potential infection. (Photo credit: Tom Oates/Wikimedia Commons)

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