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Pest of Small Grains
These winged or wingless, pear-shaped insects are usually less than 3 mm long and feed in colonies. They are basically green, yellow, or pink and have a pair of appendages on the abdomen known as cornicles. The extent of damage caused by these aphids varies, but nearly all aphids cause some discoloration or mottling of the foliage.
Originally posted by gemineye
reply to post by TheAmused
How cool!!! I've actually never seen those around here! I'm going to go out and look for them tomorrow, lol! I haven't seen them in our pool, but I guess they could be getting sucked in by the filter. Have you noticed that they're on anything else besides blackberries? All the blackberries around me are dried up and dead. I wanna see one!!!
Originally posted by vip867
lol that is too funny, that thing does look like it has a sun visor on its head. I have never seen anything like that here in michigan.