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Can someone add Sphyrotheca minnesotensis to the database.


Can someone add Sphyrotheca minnesotensis to the database.


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can springtails do a split


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awesome --new family for the guide! thanks, Kollegen.


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wunderbar. thanks guys.


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springtails


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nice... no butchery after all


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Slender Springtail - Slender Springtail


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They appear to have wings...


Spider on water.


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from David Walter: "The mite belongs to the family Caeculidae.


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Springtails do no harm...


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absolutely fantastic addition


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terrific, guys: new genus for the guide! thanks, Sara & Frans


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Springtails....


Hurricanes ...


Springtails are pretty much ubiquitous.


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>80% of springtails are elongate


Ahhh.....


Welcome to Bug Guide!


Tiny white bugs


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I happen to like the idea of a Clickable Guide, but


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Springtails (Collembola subclass)


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Mine don't do that


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springtails from two diff. families


Elongate-bodied Springtail


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Balancing accessibility and taxonomic specificity


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house fly ?


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You could collect aphids or springtails...


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HELP!


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They are springtails of Class Collembola


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"The tunnel they were traveling in"


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Correct date


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Thanks Natalie !


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look like Springtails


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Great to have a name for these wonderful springtails!


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Scott's springtails


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OMG, I can't believe I missed these photos....


Maybe rare....


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ID springtails


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Beautiful Photos


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Springtails


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Harmless


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Springtails


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Anurida maritima


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A few numbers


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Entomobrya griseoolivata


springtails


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Matthias


Willowsia nigromaculata


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Good start.


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No trouble, Phillip


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Isotoma delta


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Ambling Springtail


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Hypogastrura sp.


There were 2 specimens


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Frans


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Composed Eyes


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no problem


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I'll move...


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Entomobrya clitellaria + Sminthurides sp.


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Sminthurides sp.


2mm...


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mating behavior


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Trying to help...


I'd agree...


Symphypleona


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This one was definitely with ants.


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Frassed


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Globular Springtails


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Take heart!


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It wasn't larger than 8mm


Yes,


How odd!


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Nice work, Stephen


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They're used for "caging" springtails


characteristic for genus


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They are scattered


Check out


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Cyphoderus similis


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UK->US translation


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size


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Isotoma arctica


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Sminthurinus elegans


Lots of pictures


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Isotoma viridis


Not nymphs of course.


ice bugs


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The litter/soil sample of Berlese funnels...


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Hypogastruridae


ultrascopic illumination


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Juvenile indeed.


You got a tiger!


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Nice


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Hypogastruridae


T. minor


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Cool, Thank you!


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I just finished watching the first disc


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Silverfish?


You're welcome


I found this under bark in th


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Entomobryidae


Entomobryidae


Springtail


Super! All the way to species :-)


Smithurides should be Sminthurides


Searching for Dicyrtoma


Lepidocyrtus versus Tomocerus


Hi Frans


Thank you, Frans.


Possibly Sminthurinus


Hypogastruridae


Tomocerus sp.


Isotomidae


Difference between podurid and hypogastrurid


humpbacked springtail is Lepidocyrtus


oops


Not fair!


thanks, Bob


Thanks!


Reminds us of


Podura aquatics


Springtails


Springtails?


Very nice!


Happy Birthday!


The more that I look...


Tiny and wooly


Here, here.


Springtail


Please re-think.


Mesoveliidae: Mesovelia sp.


2 small bugs


Hadn't thought of that!


Sounds similar


An added thought...


Little White Bugs


Aug. 10, 2005 update


ummm, little....


Springtails.


A Few For Starters.


Thanks for answering but they


Could it be springtails?


Springtails.


Not sure where you're located...


identical


Great results


Notiophilus sp.


Springtail.


Wow


Stenus sp.


Rove beetle, Stenus sp.


Fantastic photo!


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