Tiny insect hatchlings that just hatched out from the white silky egg sac shown in the pictures. 70 baby insects and about 2mm in length each. Black legs, reddish brown body with 2 yellow vertical lines at the abdomen, thin and long antennas, a pair of small transparent structures on their thorax that looks like their wings. See last picture of close-up to see the "wings". They are Bark louse of the order Psocoptera.
Trees of Kinabalu National Park, Kundasang, Sabah, Malaysia.
Online reference stated that bark louse started as wingless insects but my spotting shows that they are developing wings early. Maybe this species is different from other Psocopteran species. >>>Map accuracy : 200 m radius.