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1124 Bug? - Cinara

1124 Bug? - Cinara
Gila N. Forest, Grant County, New Mexico, USA
November 24, 2010
Size: ~5mm

Moved from Giant Aphids.


Moved from ID Request.

Reminds me of
the Giant Aphids (Lachninae).

It really does. I dismissed aphids because of the size.

Conifer aphid.
This is a conifer aphid, genus Cinara.

That would stand to reason. It was in a coniferous forest.

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