Prionoglarididae is a family of Psocoptera that are barklice characterized by the reduction or simplification of the lacinia in adults and the specialised form of the male genitalia. It contains the only known genus of animals, Neotrogla, where females possess a penis-like organ and take on typical male sex roles.
Prionoglarididae includes three genera with seven known species. They have been found in Europe, Afghanistan, Namibia, and the United States. The only genus found in the United States is Spelektor, which includes three species: Spelektor flocki, Spelektor irwini, and Spelektor pictus.