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Photo#1028437
Unknown Collembola - Salina banksi

Unknown Collembola - Salina banksi
Naples , Collier County, Florida, USA
December 17, 2014
Size: 2 mm
This springtail was living in leaf litter in a hammock. The second photograph shows a closeup of the eyepatch.

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Unknown Collembola - Salina banksi Unknown Collembola - Salina banksi

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Salina banksi

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Moved from ID Request.
Feel free to post springtail photos directly to the Collembola section.

 
OK,
will do…. if I can figure out how to do that. Does Frans Janssens ID images posted directly to that page?

 
Yes
This is the only place he looks, as far as I know. To post photos anywhere in the guide, just navigate to the place you want, then click the Images tab, then click the "add image" link.

Sorry about moving your psocid photos, I didn't look closely and just tagged them along with these.

 
Great information.
Don't worry about the louse, I saw that it looked different from the others, but it never registered in my brain that it was a psocid. These little "guys" in leaf litter are incredible. I used a Berlese funnel on a one-gallon bag of leaf litter and found 112 arthropods. Seventy-six of them were arachnids.

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