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Barklouse nymph?

Barklouse nymph?
Crystal River, Citrus County, Florida, USA
January 1, 2016
On a camphor tree

Images of this individual: tag all
Barklouse nymph? Lizard Barklouse

Moved from Lizard Barklice.

I just noticed that we have two different tentative IDs for the different images, which appear (to me) to depict the same individual. Moving back to unidentified nymphs.

Yes, they are the same individual



This could be a very immature nymph of...
Trichopsocus dalii, but one can't say for sure. It is possible to rear nymphs to adulthood by providing some of the plant material they were found on and keeping the humidity high.

Moved from ID Request.

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