Question by  Max23 (18)

What is an insect with a forked tail?


Answer by  rbiales (3441)

All of the members of the earwig family have forked tails, and many waterbugs and the many water-living relations of the insects we know also have forked or finned tails.


Answer by  worker5829 (219)

Common household pests silverfish and firebrats have forked tails. They very closely resemble each other, both about three fourths of an inch long and segmented.


Answer by  worker8388 (994)

They are immature earwigs but will not resemble the adults. Usually found in dark and humid places and they feed on decomposing organic materials.


Answer by  worker2746 (2434)

Forked tail insects are a type of beetle. They live in moist and dark areas and eat decaying matter. You can get rid of them easily by spraying or removing the matter.

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