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      liposcelididae

      bookliceliposcelididae in home

      I believe this is a book louse. Sorry about the quality; that’s the best macro that I coaxed out of my Canon PowerShot (don’t have an actual macro lens yet).
      Order Psocodea (Barklice, Booklice, and Parasitic Lice). Suborder Troctomorpha. Family Liposcelididae (Booklice). Synonyms and other taxonomic changes.
      Classification. Kingdom Animalia (Animals). Phylum Arthropoda Order Psocodea (Barklice, Booklice, and Parasitic Lice). Suborder Psocomorpha. InfraorderBooklice (Liposcelididae) · Bug found in book – Worried it might be a louse or worse Liposcelididae Possible bed bug? Possibly Liposcelis sp. booklice Insects
      31 Jan 2012 possible booklouse adult – Camelopsocus tucsonensis – Male. Vail, Pima County, Arizona, USA January 31, 2012. found on whitethorn acacia.
      24 Feb 2009 Liposcelis Book lice in a book – Liposcelis booklouse? – Liposcelis Family Liposcelididae (Booklice) Classification of NA fauna(3):.
      18 Jan 2009 Cerobasis guestfalica Granary Booklouse – Cerobasis guestfalica Classification Order Psocodea (Barklice, Booklice, and Parasitic Lice).
      12 Feb 2013 Yoshizawa K. (2012) Checklist of Japanese Psocoptera the taxonomic database covers Psocoptera (bark lice) and Phthiraptera (parasitic
      30 Dec 2011 Booklouse – Liposcelis. Groton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA December 30, 2011. Size: 1mm. Found in a wasp nest that was inside
      8 Sep 2009 unknown bug – Trogium pulsatorium Booklice – Trogium pulsatorium Trogium pulsatorium Louse – Trogium pulsatorium. Classification.


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