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Illinoia liriodendri? - Illinoia liriodendri

Illinoia liriodendri? - Illinoia liriodendri
Havre de Grace, Harford County, Maryland, USA
October 24, 2020
Size: 3 mm
Found about 8 of these on underside of Tulip Poplar leaf. My call is Illinoia liriodendri. Can I get an amen on this? TIA.

Moved
Moved from Aphids.

Yep! Not many aphids colonize Liriodendron tulipifera. Illinoia liriodendri varies in overall color a little bit but those siphunculi and the coloring (Solid or mostly solid color on the tibiae instead of banded with a pale area) of the legs are pretty distinct.

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