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Aphid

Uroleucon sp.

Description:

This is a large genus with 226 species distributed worldwide associated almost entirely with the daisy (Asteraceae) and bellflower (Campanulaceae) families. They either feed on, only one species, or only a few related species. They do not host alternate. They usually have a sexual stage in their life cycle and overwinter as eggs. They are not usually attended by ants. (Information from http://influentialpoints.com/Gallery/Uro...)

Habitat:

Suburban flowerbed


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Bartlesville, Oklahoma, USA

Lat: 36.75, Long: -95.94

Spotted on Jun 14, 2014
Submitted on Dec 16, 2016

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