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Pseudocaecilius citricola (Ashmead) - Pseudocaecilius citricola - female

Pseudocaecilius citricola (Ashmead) - Pseudocaecilius citricola - Female
Spanish Fort, Mobile County, Alabama, USA
July 27, 2012
Size: 2.8 mm
Caught on live oak at Five Rivers Park during gathering_2012, "The Swarm".

Hmmm ...
Surprised y'all didn't find any in the Zimlich Zone

It seems that just about every species of psocid is attracted to lights. Did you use our new flah on this one?

Yes and No
Yes, all the 35+ species I have photographed come to lights, including Cerastipsocus venosus.
No, I shot this last summer

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