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Springtails - Ceratophysella

Springtails - Ceratophysella
Backus Woods, Norfolk, Ontario, Canada
October 4, 2010
Size: 0.8 mm
I think these are hypogastrurids. They are extremely abundant in fungi, and leap up in a shower of yellow specks when disturbed.

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Springtails - Ceratophysella Springtails - Ceratophysella

Moved from Poduromorpha.

Ceratophysella sp.
Well done, Stephen.

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