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Idaho Psocid - Lachesilla nubilis

Idaho Psocid - Lachesilla nubilis
Kuna, Ada County, Idaho, USA
June 1, 2016
Got some pretty crappy pictures of a Psocid I found on my window screen, I doubt they are guide worthy, but thought I might as well see what you guys had to say. If anyone could identify this past Psocidae that'd be pretty nice!
I still have the specimen, and will keep trying to get good pictures of it, but alas, I don't think my poor camera can handle a bug this small. :(

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Idaho Psocid - Lachesilla nubilis Idaho Psocid - Lachesilla nubilis

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It's always good to see posts from Idaho
This looks like Lachesilla nubilis. According to (1) this species has been reported from Utah. This is probably a new species for your state.

 
Thanks! :)
Very cool, thanks for the ID! Glad to see it is something of interest, if only my camera were a bit better...

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Moved from ID Request. Only the second psocid from ID on BG.

 
Interesting, maybe the pics are worth keeping after all!
Would love for Diane to take a look at them, I have a feeling mine is the same species as the one in other picture submitted for Idaho.

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