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Identification: Key to Aphids Commonly Found in Small Grains, Corn, and Sorghum in California

Click on the illustration for more information about these aphids of small grains, corn, and sorghum

WINGLESS
 
WINGED
Photo of wingless bird cherry-oat aphid   Photo of winged bird cherry-oat aphid
Bird cherry-oat aphid
 
Photo of winglesss corn leaf aphid   Photo of winged corn leaf aphid
Corn leaf aphid*
 
Photo of wingless English grain aphid   Photo of winged English grain aphid
English grain aphid
 
Photo of wingless greenbug   Photo of winged greenbug
Greenbug
 
Photo of wingless rose-grain aphid   Photo of winged rose-grain aphid
Rose-grain aphid
 
Photo of wingless Russian wheat aphid   Photo of winged Russian wheat aphid
Russian wheat aphid
 
Photo of wingless yellow sugarcane aphid  


(No photo of
winged yellow
sugarcane aphid
available)

Yellow sugarcane aphid
 
   

*   Photo of winged corn leaf aphid courtesy of University of Illinois Department of Crop Sciences


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