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Another Ectopsocus female - Ectopsocus - female

Another Ectopsocus female - Ectopsocus - Female
Presidio, Dragonfly Creek, San Francisco County, California, USA
September 3, 2019
Size: FW length 3.5 mm

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Another Ectopsocus female - Ectopsocus - female Another Ectopsocus female - Ectopsocus - female

Your images are so good that ...
one can tell that this is Ectopsocus caloifornicus "Apical lobes of subgenital plate (Fig. 223) short, less than 1.5 X their basal width." Not decidedly curved inward (Fig. 221). (1)

 
Thanks -
Diane! How concerned should I be that the clypeus/post-clypeus doesn't contrast markedly with the rest of the head (ala Mockford 1959)? I'm not sure how much to take into account the body coloration and wing spot differences noted in that paper and in "the bible"... :)

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