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Photo#247763
Lizard Barklouse - Valenzuela indicator - male

Lizard Barklouse - Valenzuela indicator - Male
Mobile (Dog River), Mobile County, Alabama, USA
January 3, 2009
Size: 2-3mm
Tree hopping from another planet? True bug or false? Your help is appreciated.

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Lizard Barklouse - Valenzuela indicator - male Lizard Barklouse - Valenzuela indicator - male

Moved
Moved from Valenzuela.

Valenzuela indicator
Ed Mockford det.
his comment: "a species that I described years ago. It is known throughout Florida and in Cuba, so its occurrence on the Alabama Gulf coast is not surprising."
You see? a new state record! (and, of course, an addition to the guide -- pls try to find, collect, and photograph more of them)

 
Thanks
I just found a great checklist
Catalog of Life

Tough angle
Any more images. Maybe Psocoptera?

 
no doubt, a barklouse
i'm dying to see a better pic

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