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Aphid - Myzocallis

Aphid - Myzocallis
Bailey Island, Cumberland County, Maine, USA
August 4, 2007
Size: 0.9 - 1.0mm
These nymphs were to an adjacent to a winged adult on an Oak leaf.
Here is adjacent adult.

Moved from Aphids.

Linking these is a good move.
Just about anything we can do to match immatures to adults is worthwhile. Only about 5% of nymphs are tied to adults. (Nice photo of this "conference", BTW.)

About linking
Linking is good but not as same individual if they are not. The better alternative is to link them using [thumb#] where # is the number of the image, for instance 1334436.
These are not necessarily nymphs. Aphids produce winged and wingless individuals depending on circumstances.

I'll do that. Thanks

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