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Small insect (NL) -> Psocoptera (Possibly Valenzuela)
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Netherlands, today, forest area, on Frangula alnus

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Psocoptera
 
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In North America we have some similar-looking Valenzuela.
 
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Valenzuela is a good candidate, but the animla is young and without wings, so diificult to say. See http://schemes.brc.ac.uk/barkfly/key/A.htm
 
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Thank you so much Guplox, John Carr and Weia. I had no name for this insect, but it is at least Psocoptera. It looks very familiar to the Valenzuela, and is a common-registered species in the Netherlands.
 
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