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Psocid - Rhyopsocus quercus

Psocid - Rhyopsocus quercus
Nogales, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, USA
February 15, 2017
Extracted from 1-inch deep soil and leaf litter placed in a Berlese funnel from coordinates: 31.338698, -110.962765
Nymph?

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Moved

I got out Mockford's key..
to brachypterous ground-litter inhabiting species of Rhyopsocus.. (Trans Am Entomolo Soc 142:215-235 2016) and this one is Rhyopsocus quercus. See Fig. 25.

Moved... as a reminder of sorts
can't believe there's been no progress in years...

Moved from Barklice, Booklice, and Parasitic Lice.

wow man
the coolest thing i've seen in quite a while!!
hope Diane chimes in

 
Diane commented on this entry right away
If you look at the second photo in this series you will see that she shares your enthusiasm. Hopefully, soon this beast will have a name.

 
the perils of posting comments at pics other than the first one
:/

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