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Photo#182763
Aphid ID

Aphid ID
Norfolk, Virginia, USA
May 11, 2008
Size: ~3mm

Moved
Moved from Aphids.

ID
An Aphidinae killed by parasitic wasp.

Plant?
With aphids it always helps to know the plant. Also, this one seems like a mummified one (I could be wrong).

 
The plant had small
flowers and has since been destroyed by someone spraying herbicide. I went back to the area to collect a stem so I could identify it.

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