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Moth-Hopper-Louse-Bug Thingy - Stimulopalpus japonicus

Moth-Hopper-Louse-Bug Thingy - Stimulopalpus japonicus
Alexandria, Fairfax County, Virginia, USA
June 29, 2009
Trying one more time to add a third angle, but it keeps replacing my original, too...

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May I use this image on my website ...
Psocoptera of Texas (with attribution)?

Diane Young

 
Hi Diane,
Sure! Thanks for asking. Do you mind coming back here with a link so I can see? I'd like to check out the site. :-)

Moved
Moved from Lepidopsocidae.

Moved
Having technical difficulties today... :-P

 
Thanks to V
for IDing this. I read the info on it - seems my back yard is turning into an Asian outpost, what with this guy, all the Orien-tus Ishi-dae, Proma-lactis suzu-kiella, Mala-dera cast-anea, and Anom-ala orie-ntalis around my patio! (hyphens inserted to avoid returning on searches)

So I guess it's not a new one after all, but a slight color variant on the existing?

Thanks to Ron H. for helping me with my technical difficulties!

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