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Family Trogiidae - Granary Booklice


Psocoptera? Something else? - Cerobasis guestfalica Granary Booklouse - Cerobasis Cerobasis guestfalica, right? - Cerobasis guestfalica Bark Louse - Cerobasis Unknown Psocopteran - Cerobasis Barklice? - Cerobasis Bark fly nymph, or Book  louse  - Cerobasis C. guestfalica - Cerobasis guestfalica

Reticulate-winged Trogiid - Lepinotus reticulatus Reticulate-winged Trogiid - Lepinotus reticulatus Psocodea? - Lepinotus reticulatus Louse - Lepinotus reticulatus Louse - Lepinotus reticulatus What is this thing? - Lepinotus reticulatus brown ringed-neck brachypterous porcupine Barklouse - Lepinotus Psocodea, ventral - Lepinotus reticulatus

Trogium pulsatorium (Linnaeus) - Trogium pulsatorium - female Trogium pulsatorium (Linnaeus) - Trogium pulsatorium - female Booklouse - Trogium pulsatorium - female Trogium pulsatorium Trogium pulsatorium Trogium pulsatorium Trogium pulsatorium Trogium pulsatorium