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Family Elipsocidae - Damp Barklice


necked, brachypterous, cream-colored Barklouse with blackish markings and football-shaped abdomen - Propsocus pulchripennis Half-length wings - Propsocus pulchripennis Half-length wings - Propsocus pulchripennis Barklice in La Habra CA2 - Propsocus pulchripennis Immature Myopsocus? - Propsocus pulchripennis Propsocus pulchripennis? - Propsocus pulchripennis P pulchripennis pair - Propsocus pulchripennis - male - female P pulchripennis pair - Propsocus pulchripennis - female

Globular Springtail ? - Reuterella helvimacula tiny bug - Reuterella helvimacula - female Springtail? - Reuterella helvimacula Springtail? - Reuterella helvimacula Springtail? - Reuterella helvimacula barklouse - Reuterella helvimacula - female Unknown - Reuterella helvimacula - female

psocids - Clinopsocus nigrescens psocids - Clinopsocus nigrescens Large, colorful, Barklouse - Elipsocus Psocid probably - Elipsocus obscurus Elipsocus pumilis Bark louse - Cuneopalpus cyanops Cuneopalpus cyanops? - Cuneopalpus cyanops Elipsocus female? - Elipsocus hyalinus