Doru aculeatum, the spine-tailed earwig, is an insect in the family Forficulidae.: 144 This earwig is found in the woods and grassy areas of eastern North America and occurs at outdoor lights at night.: 55. The adults have a brown body with pale markings. The male has a short thorn-like spine in between the cerci on the 10th segment of the abdomen.
The seashore earwig (Anisolabis littorea) is a species of earwig in the family Anisolabididae. It is native to eastern Australia and New Zealand. Similar both ecologically and taxonomically to the maritime earwig, this species is commonly found on beaches under stones and debris.