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Class Insecta - Insects

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Bark louse, I think - Metylophorus novaescotiae Barklouse Nymph Half-length wings - Propsocus pulchripennis Bark Louse Amphigerontia montivaga (Chapman) - Amphigerontia montivaga - female Crowd of Barklice - Cerastipsocus venosus False Lizard Barklouse  - Ophiodopelma Unknown Valenzuela sp. - Valenzuela pinicola - female

Nigronia - Nigronia fasciata Big, Tan, Sheer Moth - Chauliodes pectinicornis Fish fly? - Neohermes filicornis Stonefly - Chauliodes rastricornis - male Antlion - Chauliodes rastricornis sialid 2 - Sialis corydalid 1 - Chauliodes rastricornis Chauliodes rastricornis - male

snakefly - Agulla - female Square-headed Snakefly in California (March) - Negha - male Snakefly? Snakefly larva - Agulla Ant-like Insect with Multi-Segmented Body Agulla sp. - Agulla - female California bug  - Agulla - female Agulla species - Agulla - female

Antlion - Brachynemurus abdominalis Mantisfly - Zeugomantispa minuta Mantispid - Dicromantispa sayi Sisyrid? - Climacia areolaris Which Brown Lacewing? - Psectra diptera ID for an antlion? Genus & Species? Dicromantispa interrupta

Twisted-winged Parasite on Paper Wasp - Xenos Strepsiptera? - Xenos Strepsiptera - Halictophagus - female Tiny mystery hexapod Xenos peckii - Xenos Red-marked Pachodynerus with Twisted-winged Parasite. - Xenos Xenos Male strepsipteran (Stylopidae) eclosing from a parasitized mining bee, Andrena sp. (Andrenidae) - Stylops - male

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