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Photo#1151925
Psocodea - Rhyopsocus eclipticus

Psocodea - Rhyopsocus eclipticus
Montgomery County, Maryland, USA
July 9, 2014

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Psocodea - Rhyopsocus eclipticus Psocodea - Rhyopsocus eclipticus

Let's wait...
I sent Mockford a link to this post. He is very busy but will get around to looking at it. It is unlikely to be a different species. He did tell me about a brachypterous un-described Rhyopsocus in Azrizone but I doubt this is it. Psocidology can be humbling, however.

I also want to get confirmation
from Dr. Mockford.

 
Do you think I should re-move
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Wow! This is one not often posted
It's Rhyopsocus eclipticus, female, brachypterous. Family Psoquillidae. Nice find.

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