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Photo#723780
Giant Bark Aphid - Longistigma caryae

Giant Bark Aphid - Longistigma caryae
Camp Creek Run, Marlton, Burlington County, New Jersey, USA
October 13, 2012
Size: Maybe around 7 mm?
As far as I can tell this is Longistigma caryae (Giant Bark Aphid)

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Moved
Moved from Frass.

Frassed
Moved from ID Request.

I don't see what else it could be...

 
Thanks
It was my first one and I wanted to be sure, I'll move a couple in and frass the rest

 
You should keep all of them.
Don't frass! Sure this is probably the most easily distinguished aphid but this is a great example of all the angles you should get when photographing an aphid.

 
OK
Thanks.

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