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Barklouse, Indiopsocus? - Hyalopsocus

Barklouse, Indiopsocus? - Hyalopsocus
Tesuque, Santa Fe County, New Mexico, USA
September 4, 2019

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Barklouse, Indiopsocus? - Hyalopsocus Barklouse, Indiopsocus? - Hyalopsocus

Moved from Psocinae.

for placing this to genus.


Thanks for the ID and placeme
Thanks for the ID and placement. I hope to meet the barklouse again under more favorable circumstances.

the discoidal cell is to wide for Indiopsocus. This could be Hyalopsocus striatus. Do you have the specimen???

Hyalopsocus looks right!
Sorry, I don't have a specimen! The individual was a singleton that just appeared, milled around for a moment, then went off like a shot and was gone.

But also I don't usually take specimens. It was a huge rule back when I was starting out in photography doing school pictures, and I guess it just stuck. But kidding aside, thanks for looking at these photos: it all was as if out of the blue.

Moved from ID Request.

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