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Peripsocus subfasciatus The only image I currently have of this species (on my arm :o)  Barklouse,Peripsocidae,Peripsocus,Peripsocus subfasciatus,Psocoptera Click/tap to enlarge Species introCountry intro

Peripsocus subfasciatus

The only image I currently have of this species (on my arm :o)

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  1. Oh my...now that is tiny! 1-2mm? Posted one year ago
    1. Winglength around 2,5mm I suppose - nose to wingtip possibly even 3 whole mm? :o) This is a medium sized species - the Lepinotus and Liposcelis that live in our houses are smaller. And of course the nymphs of the larger species are smaller too ... many images of those, but hardly any ID'd to species :-/ Posted one year ago
  2. Hopefully they don't bite!! Posted one year ago
    1. It may try to scrape some algae of the surface (maybe I should take a shower one of these days ;o) but no way it can pierce my skin :o) Posted one year ago

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Peripsocus subfasciatus is a species of Psocoptera from Peripsocidae family.

Similar species: Booklice
Species identified by Pudding4brains
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By Pudding4brains

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Uploaded Jul 27, 2018.