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Psocoptera, nymph? => Dicyrtomina minuta (Dicyrtomidae)
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I think it is Entognatha.
John and Nini. Naturalists not experts.
 
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I would rather think Collembola, group (order) Symphypleona. The paired structures on the dorsal side of body may look as primordia of future wings, which is confusing, and thus I am not quite sure. Any more wiews?.
 
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Jan Maca wrote:
I would rather think Collembola


Entognatha is a class of arthropods which includes Collembola.
John and Nini. Naturalists not experts.
 
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Looks a lot like Dicyrtomina minuta
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Sure, Johnes 81. I replied to the title of the thread. Did not notice that your determination already appeared (a few seconds before the mine).
 
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Thanks for all, especially for Tony TumbsUp

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