Integrated Pest Management · Agriculture and Natural Resources
University of California
Aphids, adelgids, and phylloxera
Aphids, adelgids and phylloxera are small, soft-bodied insects that feed by sucking plant juices. Adults often lack wings. Some species produce white cottony or waxy material. Aphids can produce copious amounts of sticky honeydew, which can lead to the growth of black sooty mold.
- Áfidos o pulgones (Aphids)