Nymph ID request [a: psocid/ booklouse](5 posts)
Hi to everybody,
while inspecting today as I fear I might have brought bbs back from an infested hotel last month, I found this nymph.
From picture 1 it seems it has no segmented antennae, but still I would like to hear from the experts here about its ID.
Thanks in advance to all,
It is not a bed bug
Confirming LVK9 as not bedbug.
Most likely to be a pscocid aka book louse.
Bed Bugs Limited
Yes, a booklouse, but is not the common liposcelid species that is often found in homes. The antennae are multi-subsegmented and not like bed bug antennae. The bulging clypeus (front of head) is characteristic for booklice, not matter what species.
Many thanks for confirming and for providing precise ID.
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