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Psocidae? - Indiopsocus texanus - male

Psocidae? - Indiopsocus texanus - Male
Sanibel, Lee County, Florida, USA
December 11, 2012

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Psocidae? - Indiopsocus texanus - male Psocidae? - Indiopsocus texanus - male

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Wow!
That's a beautiful male Indiopsocus (Psocidae). Nice shots too. I don't know if you ever collect specimens, but I'd dearly love some specimens like this one. I can't really tell the species without a closer look. Might be I. ceterus or an undescribed species. Mockford might be able to determine the species from these photos.

 
pity i didn't see you comment at once...
...because it wasn't posted at the original image of the series.
Bo photographed a number of nice bugs in Fla., but he is "back in freezing MA now"(1), and i'm afraid the specimen hasn't been saved :/

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