show a typical reproductive maternal behavior, in which the eggs are laid in a burrow, and are then cared for by the female.
Vancassel, "Plasticity and adaptive radiation of dermapteran
parental behavior: results and perspectives," Advances in the Study of Behavior 14 (1984), pp.
Hexamermis albicans, a parasite of orthopterans, dermapterans
, coleopterans, dipterans, hymenopterans and lepidopterans, is separated by the arrangement of the genital papillae: 4-8 preanal and 5-9 postanal.