Definitions

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  • n. an order of insects: includes booklice and bark-lice

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Examples

  • Colonization of the Krakatau Islands by Psocoptera (Insecta).

    Ujung Kulon National Park and Krakatau Nature Reserve, Indonesia

  • While conducting ecological inventories of 30 caves on the Colorado Plateau of northern Arizona, research by Wynne and Voyles has resulted in the discovery of at least 10 new species, including a new species of spider, a new genus of cave cricket (Family Rhaphidophoridae), possibly two new cricket species, a new barklouse (Psocoptera) species, a new beetle species, and possibly two new springtail species (Collembola).

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • Invertebrate stocks that colonized Ascension underwent a variety of evolutionary changes including phyletic evolution leading to endemic status, adaptation to subterranean life (Araneae, Pseudoscorpiones, Collembola, and Psocoptera), character release (phorid Diptera), and probably splitting of lineages (speciation) within the island (Isopoda, Collembola, and gryllid Orthoptera).

    Ascension scrub and grasslands

  • There are still others including dust lice (Psocoptera) which cause little damage to stored produce but may become a hygienic problem if they occur in large numbers.

    7. Important pests in storage

  • Corrodentia: an ordinal term meaning gnawers: net-veined or wingless: mandibulate, mouth formed for gnawing; transformation incomplete; thorax incompletely agglutinated: = Psocoptera: includes

    Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology

  • This Psocoptera from western India is in amber that hardened from Dipterocarpaceae resin

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