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Photo#326562
Moth or Fly? - Echmepteryx hageni

Moth or Fly? - Echmepteryx hageni
Grimsby, Ontario, Canada
August 26, 2009
Size: 1/4"

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Moved from ID Request.

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Please crop your images closer to "just the bug". Only you and the editors can see your full-size images, so much of the detail is lost for everyone else. I did this one.

 
Thank you.
I will crop closer in future.

Neither
Unlike either of those, this one seems to have free-moving mandibles instead of mouthparts fused into a tube.

I'm not quite sure what it is, but it reminds me of a barklouse (Order Psocoptera)

 
Reminds me of

 
Booklice
That's great. It does look like that. Thank you for your help!

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