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Family Stenopsocidae - Narrow Barklice

Some type of Bark Louse? - Graphopsocus cruciatus Psocoptera - Graphopsocus cruciatus Bark Louse - Graphopsocus cruciatus Barklouse - Graphopsocus cruciatus Psocodea  - Graphopsocus cruciatus An Aphid Species? - Graphopsocus cruciatus Caeciliusetae - Graphopsocus cruciatus Gray barklouse - Graphopsocus cruciatus
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Psocodea (Barklice, Booklice, and Parasitic Lice)
Suborder Psocomorpha
Infraorder Caeciliusetae
Family Stenopsocidae (Narrow Barklice)
A single species in North America; many in the Old World.(1)
Several species in North America; 100 species in 4 genera in the world (highest diversity in Asia) according to Tree of Life
3.5-5 mm
Antennae have 13 segments. Tarsi have 2 segments.
Body colors are brown and yellowish brown.
Abdomen has 2 or 3 vesicles
Life Cycle
Eggs are laid in groups and are covered by silken threads.
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