Icaleptes malkini Kury & Perez, 2002 (from original description)
The specimens of the family are characterized by genitalic features and by the ventral insertion of legs IV, which gives the animal a flea-like habitus. They generally have dark yellow background with varied darker mottling.
The family is endemic to the Neotropics. The two genera that compose the group can be found at northern Colombia and Ecuador.
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Zalmopsylla platnicki Kury & Perez, 2002 (from original description)