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Photo#1255038
Psocodea, second batch, adult - Blastopsocus lithinus

Psocodea, second batch, adult - Blastopsocus lithinus
100 Acre Wood, Winneshiek County, Iowa, USA
July 9, 2016
adult

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Psocodea, vertical limestone, first batch  - Blastopsocus lithinus Psocodea, habitat, second batch - Blastopsocus lithinus Psocodea, habitat, second batch - Blastopsocus lithinus Psocodea, second batch, adult - Blastopsocus lithinus

Meant to tell you...
a quote from Mockford's book, p. 309 Blastopsocus lithinus "It inhabits trunks and branches of broad-leaf trees and confers, as well as shaded rock outcrops".(1)

Moved

Dr. Mockford weighs in..
the is Blastopsocus lithinus! Get back to you with more..

 
Thanks to you both.
Info says: "shaded rock outcrops" and that's exactly right, at least in this case.

Wow! You did it!
Looks like a possible Blaste. I'm sending this along to Dr. Mockford and see what he thinks.

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