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Photo#967225
Hemipteran? - Hyalopsocus striatus - male

Hemipteran? - Hyalopsocus striatus - Male
Zion, Lake County, Illinois, USA
July 29, 2014
Size: 5 mm

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Moved tentatively; very nice... thanks p
Moved from Psocinae.

This one coudld be...
Hyalopsocus striatus, male Do you still have the specimen?

 
ID confirmed by E.L. Mockford

 
No, I'm afraid not.
I don't collect -- I'd be awful at actually maintaining a collection.

 
maintaining a collection is a lot of trouble indeed
...but how about simply collecting voucher psocid specimens in alcohol vials for Diane?
in any case, thanks for your contributions to the guide --keep'em coming

 
I could do that
If I happen to find another one.

 
great match, must be it
thanks Diane

any other angles? higher-res versions? huge eyes say, male

 
I'll post what I have
What parts would be helpful?

 
good --thanx
seeing as much of the wing as possible would be nice; head pattern always a big plus [mugshot]
for most winged insects, the angle that provides the best evidence is the one that shows the wing venation clearly
e.g.

Moved for expert attention
Moved from ID Request.

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