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Are these conifer aphids? - Eulachnus

Are these conifer aphids? - Eulachnus
Racine, Racine County, Wisconsin, USA
May 24, 2008
Size: Largest is 2mm
Are these conifer aphids? ....in different life stages? They are on a needle of a Red Pine tree.

Moved
Moved from Aphids.

ID
Probably Eulachnus

 
wow...good things do come to those who wait
...thanks for finding this photo and offering an ID. You're expertise with aphids is much appreciated.

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