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Lacey (near Olympia), Thurston County, Washington, USA
December 16, 2007
Immature aphid? I don't suppose it's possible to go any further than aphididae on these little guys...?

Moved from Aphids.

Yes, immature. Aphidinae.

Food plant
Sometimes it helps if you know what plant they are on.
What makes you think that it is immature? The wingless ones show hardly any changes when they grow.

blackberry plant
This one was crawling around on the bottom of a blackberry leaf. I guess I thought it was immature because it was SO tiny. It was a millimeter or smaller in size.

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