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Photo#502686
What is it ? - Lepinotus reticulatus

What is it ? - Lepinotus reticulatus
Oliver, Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada
March 28, 2011
Size: ~1 mm
Found on a rock.

Dear Suzanne
I have now launched a book project on Psocoptera. I would love to include you image in the book, with proper credit, of course. If you agree, I would need 1) am email specifically granting me permission to use this image BG# 502686. also 2) I would need a high definition version. If you sell images, I'd be glad to pay.

Thanks … Diane

I really admire your photo!
Would you mind revealing your choice of camera and lens???

 
Thanks for the comment
The camera is a Canon 50D and the lens is the Canon MP-E 65 macro and external flash

 
Dear Suzanne
Might I have permission to use your image in a book I'm writing on "Psocoptera"? If so, I'll need a "larger" version. I'll give proper credit of course.

Lepinotus reticulatus Enderlein --det. E.L. Mockford
new sp. for the guide -- yay!! =v=

Moved from Barklice, Booklice, and Parasitic Lice.

 
WOW !
I was happy to know that it was a psocid. Thanks v and thanks to Dr Mockford.

Is it a nymph or an adult ?

awesome psoc, Suzanne.
sorry i missed it -- sending to Dr Mockford

Moved for expert attention
Moved from ID Request.

Maybe there's a chance to take this further...

and a nymph at that, good luc
and a nymph at that, good luck!

I'd start

 
Thanks Ken
for narrowing it down.

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