Synonyms: Corrodentia, Copeognatha Common names: barklice, booklice, psocids

Small or minute soft-bodied insects; mobile head with long filiform antennae and specialized chewing mouthparts, compound eyes usually prominent but reduced in some species; prothorax small, wings present or absent, legs with two- or three-segmented tarsi; external genitalia of both sexes concealed, cerci absent.

This order, containing about 3200 described species, has a worldwide, though predominantly tropical, distribution. Some 290 species occur in North America, about 80 in Britain, and 300 in Australia.

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Beekeeping for Beginners

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