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Barklouse - Hemipsocus chloroticus

Barklouse - Hemipsocus chloroticus
Sarasota, Sarasota County, Florida, USA
July 11, 2020

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Hemipsocus chloroticus. How do you manage to find so many psocids??

 
Thanks! Because I have been s
Thanks! Because I have been staying home I got a book on moths and a black light. Turns out only micromoths come to my yard and sometimes not even them. Plus the invasive geckos gobble the moths pretty fast. So I started looking at all the insects that do show up and don't get eaten. Apparently that includes a nice variety of psocids!

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