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Yellow-orange adult psyllid on pine - Ctenarytaina spatulata

Yellow-orange adult psyllid on pine - Ctenarytaina spatulata
Presidio, Inspiration Point, San Francisco County, California, USA
May 21, 2018
Size: ca 1-2 mm
I beat this tiny adult psyllid from a long-needled pine tree (five needles per bundle).

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Moved
Moved from Psylloidea.

Thanks Chris!

Ctenarytaina spatulata
Overwintering on pines is something I associate mostly with our native species, and not these introduced Australian Eucalypt psyllids (and plus, it's not even winter!). I assume it stumbled onto the plant by accident.

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