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Indoor Infestation by Unknown Species  - Entomobrya intermedia

Indoor Infestation by Unknown Species - Entomobrya intermedia
Seattle, King County, Washington, USA
January 1, 2017
Size: Less than 1/16"
This is an unknown minuscule species (the largest have bodies less than 1/16") which infest my apartment unit kitchen sink cabinetry and other moisture prone indoor locations; primarily nocturnal.

Physical description: Wingless; six legged; narrow, very fragile body; antennae nearly the length of body; can hop great distances when agitated; light grey with dark dappling.

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Entomobrya intermedia

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