Dilian Georgiev https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2885-4895
7 April 2021 · volume 42
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A total of 28 species of 13 families were registered. All species recorded were new records to the Zanzibar autonomous region, ten to Tanzania, eight to East Africa and two (Lepidopsocus pretiosus (Banks, 1942) and Belaphopsocus murphyi Lienhard, 1991) were new to the entire African continent. Original photos of 22 of the found species were provided, some of these species had never been photographed before.
Africa, Insecta, new records, Psocoptera, Zanzibar
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