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Photo#376854
Unknown springtail--Poduramorph?

Unknown springtail--Poduramorph?
Roseville, Placer County, California, USA
March 13, 2010
Size: maybe 0.7mm
Brushed out of moss. It doesn't seem to match exactly with anything I've gathered before. I'm especially intrigued by the antennae, which appear slightly clubbed.

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Unknown springtail--Poduramorph? Unknown springtail--Poduramorph?

Moved

Poduromorpha
is the best match for now.
The picture is a bit to dark to check for family characteristics.
IMHO it is not Ceratophysella, for the specimen is too short.
The body shape is more like that of Podura aquatica: short, rounded terminally.

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