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Pea Aphid

Pea Aphid
Fort Bragg, Cumberland County, North Carolina, USA
September 29, 2005
Based on remarks in the National Audubon Society Field Guide this is a Macrosiphum spp. Matches green color, pea host, antennae longer than the body and abdomen tapers to narrow blunt projection between pair of tubular cornicles.

Moved from Aphids.

Probably not Macrosiphum. Aphidinae

This was on garden pea?

some kind of wild plant in the pea family.

the larva is most likely the young version of this one since they were found together.

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