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possibly young beetles? very unsure - Oregon - Ptenothrix

possibly young beetles? very unsure - Oregon - Ptenothrix
Eugene, Lane County, Oregon, USA
November 12, 2016
Size: 1 mm or less
Very very small and numerous. They would jump away when provoked. Found on an outside wooden staircase.

Moved

Ptenothrix sp.
An undescribed species. At www.collembola.org we have it tentatively recorded as Ptenothrix sp.3 Janssens & Moorehead.

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Moved from ID Request.

cute, aren't they?
Those are actually globular springtails, Order: Symphypleona. Someone else might be able to get the ID down further.

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