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Antisolabis seychellensis is a species of earwig (order Dermaptera) that is known from only a portion of a single island (Mahé) in the Seychelles archipelago. This species was originally described by Brindle as Brachylabis seychellensis (Brindle 1976). These earwigs are found in leaf litter in damp forests. Their habitat is reportedly threatened by invasive plant species. For more information on this species, see the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.