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This batch of newly hatched first instar Earwigs (Order Demaptera) were found in a tight little group under a pot on a wooden plank. It was very moist and the babies apparently stay together for protection while very small and poorly sclerotized. These were about 4 mm in length.
Semi-rural garden, San Cristobal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico at 2,200 meters.