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Psocid from Quercus stellata bark - Echmepteryx hageni

Psocid from Quercus stellata bark - Echmepteryx hageni
Mehan, Payne County, Oklahoma, USA
July 20, 2018
Size: 3mm
collection 4041.3. dorsal view a different individual in same population.

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Nice shots!
You nailed it with your excellent images, especially the face on one. This is Ecxmepteryx hageni (family Lepidopsocidae). The distinguishing feature (just barely visible on this specimen) is the faint linear mark parallel to the inner boundary of the compound eye.

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