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Photo#203376
Bug ID

Bug ID
Norfolk, Virginia, USA
July 18, 2008
Size: ~3mm
Mealybug?

Moved

Pseudococcidae
Pseudococcidae

Moved

I'd agree with scale insect.
I would agree this is some kind of scale insect. Moving to suborder for now.

Moved

Not Collembola
Too many trunk segments. I count 10 to 12 segments. Collembola have max 9 trunk segments (segments behind the head): 3 thoracic and max 6 abdominal segments.

But I agree it is a nice Collembola 'imposter' ;-)

Possibly a Coleoptera larva?

Maybe a type of spring tail o
Maybe a type of spring tail or collembola. There is a genus that looks similar to this.

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