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Aphids - Macrosiphum euphorbiae

Aphids - Macrosiphum euphorbiae
Berkeley, California, USA
March 10, 2007

Moved from Aphids.

Macrosiphum euphorbiae

Do you recall the plant these
Do you recall the plant these were on? It can help with identification.

I think...
these aphids were on daffodil (Narcissus) leaves . The only other type of plant it could have been was a tulip (Tulipa). I hope this helps!

Pleasant, fun photo
Reminds me of ducklings following mom.

It's funny that you say that because when I first labeled this photo I called it "mama-aphid."
I just wish I had a better camera to do them justice!!

They're hard to shoot. You've done well.
You probably know they give birth to live young. I was luck enough to photograph this:

That picture is amazing!

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