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Scale Insect


Pseudaulacaspis cockerelli? Covering about half the leaves on this bush, with dozens on each leaf. The third photo shows what I think are the eggs. The orange larva you see are the actual insect (I believe females), and the white part is the protective covering made of wax and exuviae of earlier instars


Silverthorn bush (Elaeagnus pungens) in a suburban yard

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1 Comment

Tukup 11 months ago

Interesting Machi. Weird, but interesting. Thanks for sharing.

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Florida, USA

Lat: 28.90, Long: -82.57

Spotted on Dec 15, 2018
Submitted on Mar 14, 2019

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