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immature leaf bug? - Macrosiphum euphorbiae

immature leaf bug? - Macrosiphum euphorbiae
hudson valley County, New York, USA
August 1, 2005
Size: speck--less than 1/16 th
very bright red. loads of them on tomato plant.

Moved from Macrosiphum. We've moved the images of aphids on rose plants back to genus level, because we're not sure how to distinguish Rose and Potato Aphids, but as far as we know the Potato Aphid is the only one that looks like this that is found on nightshades.

Moved from Potato Aphid.

Moved from Aphids.

Probably a red aphid known as the Potato Aphid. It also goes for pome fruits, tomatoes, and just about anything else.

Rose, click on your name in the comment above.
That will take you to your contributor page which you can Edit and tell us a little about yourself. Thanks for the ID.

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of course! how exciting....thanks again.

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