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Plant Lice (Psocodea, Pscoptera, several families)

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Overview

Psocodea (superorder), Pscoptera (order), references:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psocodea

http://psocodea.speciesfile.org/HomePage/Psocodea/HomePage.aspx

6 species

Myopsocidae (family) (Mouse-like Barklice)

Myopsocidae (family)
Myopsocidae (family)
Myopsocidae (family)
Myopsocidae (family)
Myopsocidae (family)
Myopsocidae (family)

Myopsocus sp. (genus) (A Bark Louse)

Myopsocus sp. (genus)
Myopsocus sp. (genus)
Myopsocus sp. (genus)
Myopsocus sp. (genus)
Myopsocus sp. (genus)
Myopsocus sp. (genus)

Nimbopsocus sp. (genus) (A plant louse)

Nimbopsocus sp. (genus)
Nimbopsocus sp. (genus)
Nimbopsocus sp. (genus)
Nimbopsocus sp. (genus)
Nimbopsocus sp. (genus)
Nimbopsocus sp. (genus)

Psocodea 'Psocoptera' sp. (order) (Unidentified plant louse)

Psocodea 'Psocoptera' sp. (order)
Psocodea 'Psocoptera' sp. (order)
Psocodea 'Psocoptera' sp. (order)
Psocodea 'Psocoptera' sp. (order)
Psocodea 'Psocoptera' sp. (order)
Psocodea 'Psocoptera' sp. (order)

Trogium pulsatorium (Larger Pale Booklouse)

Trogium pulsatorium
Trogium pulsatorium

Valenzuela sp. (genus) (A lizard Barklice)

Valenzuela sp. (genus)
Valenzuela sp. (genus)
Valenzuela sp. (genus)
Valenzuela sp. (genus)
Valenzuela sp. (genus)
Valenzuela sp. (genus)

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Invasiveness

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