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Dark scales looking like seashells covering a tiny psyllid bug (centre). ...
This small green hemipteran bug was hiding under its sugary
small orange psyllid trying to hide itself under a fine white
Small sap sucking psyllid bug attempting to hide under a transparent
covers. There were two lerp
A large waxy lerp in the shape of a scallop ...
A darker sugary lerp
A small bug nymph hiding under its sugary
All species in genus Hyalinaspis construct typical clam-
Numerous lerps including eggs,
) which are causing the infestation(pic #5). Both creatures hide inside
This damp spring morning the psyllid larvae were emerging from their gall ...