Labiduridae (Striped Earwigs)
(after Kočárek 2006): Representatives of the family Labiduridae are medium-sized to very large earwigs (7–70 mm total length) with a stout and usually not depressed body. They have characteristic, distally slightly elongated second tarsal segments with the third segment articulated on their ventral surface; hence the tarsal segments are not scapiform. Male genitalia have two functional lobes; the parameres have a large or small epimerite (sometimes absent); the virga are stout, tubular, at base sometimes with a vesicle or only a dilatation, and with a sinuous tube throughout their entire length or only at base.
Kočárek P (2006): A new species of Nala (Dermaptera: Labiduridae) from Cambodia. Acta Entomologica Musei Nationalis Pragae. 46: 1 - 6