I may have posted this before. This one appeard to have wings.
It does look familiar to me; an Ancistrogaster sp. - see https://www.americaninsects.net/der/ancistrogaster-sp.html for an example.
Nearly all earwigs have wings as adults; they usually are kept folded in a very intricate fashion under hard covers. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4NiF3w101Q for a video clip.
An amazing video and other link. Learning more.Thank you so much