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A booklouse (Pseudocerastis tokyoensis)

A booklouse (Pseudocerastis tokyoensis)

A booklouse (Pseudocerastis tokyoensis)
A booklouse (Pseudocerastis tokyoensis), adult, a very primitive insect of an order that was the first to show the beginnings of a transition to sucking mouthparts, first appearing in the Permian period, 295 to 248 million years ago. Japan.

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A booklouse (Pseudocerastis tokyoensis)

A booklouse (Pseudocerastis tokyoensis), adult, a very primitive insect of an order that was the first to show the beginnings of a transition to sucking mouthparts, first appearing in the Permian period, 295 to 248 million years ago. Japan

We are proud to offer this print from Nature Production/AUSCAPE in collaboration with Auscape Photo Library

Auscape Photo Library specialise in photographs of the Australian natural world, history, wildlife and pets

Media ID 18980859

Booklice , Living Fossil , Permian Period , Primitive , Psocidae , Psocoptera

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