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Birch Aphids, 3:00pm - male - female

Birch Aphids, 3:00pm - Male Female
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
October 1, 2008
Resembles an English species I know, Euceraphis punctipennis.

Moved from Euceraphis.

Moved from Aphids.
I'm sufficiently convinced that I've created a guide page--please check out the links there to see other images. The European Birch Aphid is E. punctipennis... it may well be both the species above and the one you've seen in England, but there are other similar species in both places.

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