Enicocephalidae, also called unique-headed bugs and gnat bugs, are a family of 130 species of the suborder heteroptera. They are typically 4 mm long, and found throughout the world. They have an elongated head, constricted in places, hence their head is 'unique'.
These 26 genera belong to the family Enicocephalidae:
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