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Aggregation of nymphs - Cerastipsocus venosus

Aggregation of nymphs - Cerastipsocus venosus
Gainesville, Alachua County, Florida, USA
April 15, 2006

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Aggregation of nymphs - Cerastipsocus venosus Aggregation of nymphs - Cerastipsocus venosus

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Moved from Psocidae.

Cerastipsocus venosus
These are two nymph Cerastipsocus venosus; Family Psocidae. They are one of the more conspicuous species in the East. I often see nymphs and adults clustered together in large groups on smooth tree trunks. The nymphs can be quickly IDed by the yellow and brown striped abdomens.

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