Psocids (commonly known as booklice) have become widespread pests of stored products during the last two decades, yet little was known about their biology and management until this change in their pest status. The aim of this book is to synthesize current information on biology and management of these stored-product insect pests. The book covers their identification, biology and ecology, monitoring, chemical and non-chemical control, resistance to insecticides, molecular biology, and the future of stored-product psocid research. This is the first-ever comprehensive book on Psocids infesting stored products and is written by a carefully selected list of experts on these pests. It is essential reading for all those involved in the control of pests in stored products and post-harvest systems, students and researchers in applied entomology and pest management practitioners in general.