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Photo#10968
Booklice? - Psyllipsocus ramburii

Booklice? - Psyllipsocus ramburii
third pic, black background

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Booklice? - Psyllipsocus ramburii Booklice? - Psyllipsocus ramburii

Moved
Moved from Cave Barklice.

Moved
Moved from Cave Barklice.

Moved

Philip, is this not a Psyllip
Philip, is this not a Psyllipsocus ? or maybe a Dorypteryx. It would be safe to put it under trogiomorpha at least.

Looks exactly lika P. ramburii to me. The antennas of Dorypteryx are usually darker than the under side of the body.

Top side?
Elisa, I know you submitted this many years ago but do you have a photo showing the top side of this Psocoptera. I need to know if it had small wings. If it does we should be able to ID it and I believe it would be a new family for bug guide.

Yes, definitely
Definitely a book louse, order Psocoptera, family Liposcelidae.

 
Hoi Eric, Not Liposcelidae,
Hoi Eric,
Not Liposcelidae, these have very much enlarged femora on their third pair of legs!

 
wonderful, thank you
wonderful, thank you

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