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Spanish translation: Psócidos, Piojos de los libros, del polvo o de la paja

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English term or phrase:psocides
Spanish translation:Psócidos, Piojos de los libros, del polvo o de la paja
Entered by: Camara
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22:26 Jan 26, 2002
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Science / control de plagas
English term or phrase: psocides
insecto australiano
laBern
Argentina
Local time: 09:29
Psócidos, Piojos de los libros, del polvo o de la paja
Explanation:
Psocids, also called barklice or booklice, are small insects belonging to the insect order Psocoptera. Most species are free-living and are not pests. The small number of species that are pests most often belong to the genus Liposcelis.

Scientific names - Liposcelis corrodens
Trogium spp.
Lachesilla spp.
Psyllipsocus spp.
Lepinotus spp.

The second reference gives you LOADS of information on them.

It looks like "psocids" actually include lots of species.
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Hazel Whiteley
Local time: 12:29
Grading comment
Thank you very much, Hazel.

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4Psócidos, Piojos de los libros, del polvo o de la paja
Hazel Whiteley


  

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Psócidos, Piojos de los libros, del polvo o de la paja


Explanation:
Psocids, also called barklice or booklice, are small insects belonging to the insect order Psocoptera. Most species are free-living and are not pests. The small number of species that are pests most often belong to the genus Liposcelis.

Scientific names - Liposcelis corrodens
Trogium spp.
Lachesilla spp.
Psyllipsocus spp.
Lepinotus spp.

The second reference gives you LOADS of information on them.

It looks like "psocids" actually include lots of species.


    Reference: http://ohioline.osu.edu/hyg-fact/2000/2080.html
    Reference: http://www.fao.org/inpho/vlibrary/x0053s/X0053S07.htm
Hazel Whiteley
Local time: 12:29
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Thank you very much, Hazel.
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