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Photo#830100
Brachypterous Barklouse 2 - Psyllipsocus ramburii

Brachypterous Barklouse 2 - Psyllipsocus ramburii
Bowmanville, Durham, Ontario, Canada
August 24, 2013
Size: ~1.8mm
Found in cat litter in my basement along with this individual: http://bugguide.net/node/view/830096. It's a little paler, but it's likely the same thing; I kept them separate just in case.

Yours is the best image of ...
P ramburii I have seen. Is there any chance you would let me use it in my "psocid book"? I would, of course, cite you as the photographer, but I would need a larger version. Do you still have a "larger" version of this image?

 
Yeppers
I should still have it. Let me poke around on my old drives tonight. I'll send you this, along with the other shot, when I find them.

Psyllipsocus ramburii Selys-Longchamps --det. E.L. Mockford

Thanks
Thanks v_belov and Diane. I got pretty excited when I found them too.

Absolutely beautifil shot!
I'm also green with envy that I haven't seen this species. Thanks for posting.

Moved for expert attention & cropped
will send links to Dr Mockford shortly; nice pics

Moved from Barklice, Booklice, and Parasitic Lice.

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