| Booklice, Psocodea, Trichadenotecnum, Caeciliusidae, Ectopsocidae|Psocidae Wikipedia
Psocidae is a family of insects in the order Psocoptera, the booklice.
Members of this family are recognised by their wing-venation, where the areola postica is fused to the M-vein, giving rise to the so-called discoidal cell. This family is closely related to Myopsocidae. The family is widespread, including New Zealand.