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Louse-like, 1.2mm - Lepinotus reticulatus

Louse-like, 1.2mm - Lepinotus reticulatus
Tesuque, Santa Fe County, New Mexico, USA
April 23, 2023
Size: 1.2mm
Found outdoors on plastic water tank.

Great shot of ...
such a small beast. Wonder what it had for lunch.

How exciting!
Perusing the other images in the guide, I infer that this is a brachypterous adult and corrected my post to reflect that. Correct me if I'm wrong. Thanks!

You are correct ...
brachyptery is common in Trogiidae.


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