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Photo#1214198
White Fly?

White Fly?
Burton Mesa Ecological Reserve, Santa Barbara County, California, USA
April 22, 2016
Size: ~2mm
Found on mountain mahogany (Cercocarpus betuloides) in sandy Burton Mesa chaparral habitat

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Moved from ID Request.

Yes
Adult whitefly, maybe Aleuroparadoxus.

 
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Doing some google scholar searches it looks like Aleuroparadoxus arctostaphyli may be the only native species in the US. Manzanita was very common where this one was photographed. Is this a possibility?

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