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Bark Louse Nymph - Stimulopalpus japonicus

Bark Louse Nymph - Stimulopalpus japonicus
Altamonte Springs, Orange County, Florida, USA
November 15, 2020
Size: ~2mm
Tentatively identified as a bark louse nymph. Approximately 2 mm long, almost invisible. Found on a boardwalk railing in Lake Lotus Park, Altamonte Springs, FL.

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Bark Louse Nymph - Stimulopalpus japonicus Bark Louse Nymph - Stimulopalpus japonicus

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This is most likely ...
a nymph of Stimulopalpus japonicus (Amphientomidae). Yours is the first Florida record on BugGuide.

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