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Hairy-Winged Barklice

Forewing and fore tibia of Siniamphipsocus fusconervosus, from Mockford (2003). Scale bar for the femur = 0.1 mm. For my next semi-random post, I drew Siniamphipsocus, a genus of more than twenty species of barklice known from eastern Asia. Most of these species were described by China by the almost ludicrously prolific psocopterologist Li Fasheng who over the course of his career has described close to 1000 psocopteran species—nearly a fifth of the world's barklouse fauna.
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