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Photo#125765
Orangish 'Bug' With Dark Wings

Orangish 'Bug' With Dark Wings
47.581097N 52.745372W (WGS84), St. John's, Northeast Avalon, Newfoundland/Labrador, Canada
July 9, 2007
Size: 2mm body length
I can't even guess an ID for this one. :(

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Wow!
This is a very fine image of an immature Psocoptera - Bark Louse. You can tell that it's immature by looking at the wing buds - the dark-purplish pads containing the future wings. Bark Lice have distinctively "bulgy faces". Yours shows that very clearly, with that huge "nose ;-)

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