*  Reproduction
Aphids, slime molds, sea anemones, some species of starfish (by fragmentation), and many plants are examples. When ... aphids, some bees and parasitic wasps), and vertebrates (e.g. some reptiles, fish, and, very rarely, birds and sharks). It is ...
*  Yellow crazy ant
They get their carbohydrates from plant nectar and honeydew producing insects, especially scale insects, aphids, and other ...
*  Cauliflower mosaic virus
CaMV is transmitted in a non-circulatory manner by aphid species such as Myzus persicae. Once introduced within a plant host ... The virus is acquired from an infected host during feeding by the aphid vector. To occur, a transmissible complex is composed ... Brault, V.; Uzest, M.; Monsion, B.; Jacquot, E.; Blanc, S. (2010). "Aphids as transport devices for plant viruses". C R Biol. ... Martinière, A.; Zancarini, A.; Drucker, M. (Jun 2009). "Aphid transmission of cauliflower mosaic virus: the role of the host ...
*  Aphid
... the spruce aphid, and the balsam woolly aphid are not true aphids, but adelgids, and lack the cornicles of true aphids. Aphids ... melon or cotton aphid Aphis nerii, oleander aphid Hyadaphis coriandri, coriander aphid Longistigma caryae, giant bark aphid ... Aphids brush against the microscopic spores. These stick to the aphid, germinate, and penetrate the aphid's skin. The fungus ... These farming ants protect the aphids by fighting off aphid predators. An interesting variation in ant-aphid relationships ...
*  Soybean aphid
When soybean aphids are plentiful, an adult multicolored Asian lady beetle has the capacity to consume 160 soybean aphids per ... These winged soybean aphids begin the spring migration to their secondary host, soybean. Soybean aphids go through ... Soybean aphids may indirectly affect plant health through viral transmission. Viruses spread by soybean aphids are typically ... Soybean Aphid at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Soybean Aphid at Iowa State University. ...
*  Aphid (disambiguation)
An aphid is a type of sap-feeding insect. Aphid may also refer to: Aphid, the NATO reporting name for the Soviet/Russian ... Molniya R-60 air-to-air missile Lake Storm "Aphid", the National Weather Service name for a snowstorm that hit Buffalo, New ...
*  Chaetosiphon (aphid)
Chaetosiphon is a bug genus in the family Aphididae. Species, mainly C. fragaefolii, C. thomasi and C. thomasi jacobi, are vectors of the strawberry mild yellow-edge virus.[citation needed] discoverlife.org Chaetosiphon at the Encyclopedia of ...
*  List of aphids of Sri Lanka
About 4500 species with 500 genera are described in aphids. Out of them, Sri Lanka comprises 74 species in 46 genera and 6 ... 2 endemic aphid species found on Sri Lanka. Subfamily: Aphidinae Acyrthosiphon gossypii Acyrthosiphon kondoi Acyrthosiphon ... The following list provide the aphid fauna of Sri Lanka. Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Hemiptera Superfamily: ... They affect largely to economically valuable plants greatly, so aphids are of economic importance. ...
*  Black bean aphid
"Beet leaf aphid, Bean aphid, Black bean aphid". HYPP Zoology. Retrieved 2013-01-02. "Aphis (Aphis) fabae Scopoli 1763". Fauna ... The black bean aphid is a major pest of sugar beet, bean and celery crops with large numbers of aphids cause stunting of the ... The black bean aphid may have originated in Europe and Asia but it is now one of the most widely distributed species of aphids ... These aphids are also the vectors of about thirty plant viruses, mostly of the nonpersistent variety. The aphids may not be the ...
*  Beech blight aphid
The aphids can be blasted off with a jet of water or can be controlled with any insecticides labeled for aphids. A wetting ... Many aphids performing this action at the same time has led to this species being referred to as the "Boogie-Woogie Aphid". ... The aphids form dense colonies on small branches and the undersides of leaves. The aphids themselves are a light bluish color ... UMass: The Beech Blight Aphid Tom Volk's Fungus of the Month Bugguide.net UMass Blight Information Dancing Aphids, by biologist ...
*  Russian wheat aphid
The aphid also causes reduction in biomass of the whole plant. However, once the aphid is removed the plant quickly recovers ... Aphid infestation on wheat also affects the flour that is made from infested wheat plants. Aphid feeding in wheat results in ... The Russian wheat aphid (Diuraphis noxia) is an aphid that can cause significant losses in cereal crops. The species was ... There is an appendage above the cauda giving the aphid the appearance of having two tails. The saliva of this aphid is toxic to ...
*  Witch-hazel cone gall aphid
The aphids feed on the glucose present in the gall. Other common gall forming aphids are the spiny witch-hazel gall aphid and ... The witch-hazel cone gall aphid (Hormaphis hamamelidis) is a minuscule insect, a member of the aphid superfamily, whose ... As the leaf grows, the aphid injects it with a substance, possibly an enzyme or hormone, that causes that the galls to form ... This gall, rich in nutrients, provides both food and shelter for the female aphid. At the start of spring, females or stem ...
*  Phalaenopsis bellina
Aphids: insect pest that sucks sap from plant tissue, excreting a substance called honeydew, which invites other fungal disease ... "Aphids". www.aos.org. Retrieved 2017-04-21. "Thrips". www.aos.org. Retrieved 2017-04-21. "Mites". www.aos.org. Retrieved 2017- ...
*  Necroraphidia
and aphids. The fossil was recovered from outcrops of the Las Peñosas Formation in Rábago, part of the Cantabria autonomous ...
*  Coccinella transversalis
... cowpea aphid (Aphis craccivora), cotton aphid (Aphis gossypii), milkweed aphid (Aphis nerii), spirea aphid (Aphis spiraecola), ... turnip aphid (Lipaphis pseudobrassicae), Macrosiphoniella yomogifoliae, potato aphid (Macrosiphum euphorbiae), rose aphid ( ... Among those insects hunted include many species of aphids, including the pea aphid (Acyrthosiphon pisum), Aphis affinis, ... leafcurling plum aphid (Brachycaudus helichrysi), cabbage aphid (Brevicoryne brassicae), Cervaphis quercus, Cervaphis rappardi ...
*  Potato leafroll virus
The green peach aphid (Myzus persicae) is the primary vector of PLRV. Aphids acquire the virus by feeding on infected plants. ... Aphids can also spread PLRV to tubers in storage, especially after they sprout. Winged aphids can be carried several hundred ... Since virus takes several hours to be transmitted by aphids systemic insecticides are utilized and the aphid dies before it can ... PLRV is transmitted by aphids, primarily the green peach aphid, Myzus persicae. PLRV is one of the most important potato ...
*  Parthenogenesis
Examples include several aphid species and the willow sawfly, Nematus oligospilus, which is sexual in its native Holarctic ... Examples include aphids. Parthenogenesis involving meiosis is more complicated. In some cases, the offspring are haploid (e.g ... In the case of aphids, parthenogenetically produced males and females are clones of their mother except that the males lack one ... The production of female offspring by parthenogenesis is referred to as thelytoky (e.g., aphids) while the production of males ...
*  Schizaphis graminum
The greenbug, or wheat aphid (Schizaphis graminum), is an aphid in the superfamily Aphidoidea in the order Hemiptera. It is a ... This aphid feeds almost exclusively on a range of grasses in the family Poaceae; genera attacked include Agropyron, Avena, ... When feeding on grasses, the aphids suck the sap and at first cause yellow or red spots on the leaves. As the greenbugs become ... As the leaves die back, the aphids move on to fresh foliage. The greenbug is the vector of several plant viruses including ...
*  Dysaphis crataegi
The hawthorn-carrot aphid, (Dysaphis crataegi), also known as Dysaphis (Dysaphis) crataegi, is an aphid in the superfamily ... The hawthorn-carrot aphid migrates to its primary host in late summer and forms red, curling galls on its leaves. The following ... The hawthorn-carrot aphid was first described by the German entomologist Johann Heinrich Kaltenbach in 1843. It has three ... These aphids are attended by ants on both their primary and secondary hosts. "Species Dysaphis (Dysaphis) crataegi (Kaltenbach ...
*  Plum pox
Several species of aphid transmit the virus including the plum-thistle aphid (Brachycaudus cardui), the plum leaf curl aphid ( ... PPV is not persistent in the aphid and is transferred from the mouthparts of the aphid between plants. Long distance spread ... Brachycaudus helichrysi) and the green peach aphid (Myzus persicae). Winged aphids can transmit plum pox within an orchard, and ... The virus is transmitted by aphids and by the transfer of infected plant material to new locations. Plum pox poses no danger to ...
*  Host (biology)
The hawthorn-carrot aphid (Dysaphis crataegi) overwinters on its primary host, a hawthorn tree (Crataegus spp.), and migrates ... group (Hawthorn - umbellifer aphids)". Genus Dysaphis. InfluentialPoints. Retrieved 18 October 2017. "The Influenza (Flu) ...
*  Acyrthosiphon pisum
Pea aphids are not known to be farmed by ants that feed on honeydews. More than 20 legume genera are known to host pea aphids, ... Therefore, the pea aphid is more accurately described as a species complex. The pea aphid is thought to be of Palearctic origin ... The aphid genome is 464MB with aphid-specific orphan genes making up 20% of the genome and gene duplication present in more ... Winged aphids can then colonize other host plants. Pea aphids also show hereditary body color variations of green or red/pink. ...
*  Eupeodes corollae
Larvae feed on aphids. This species has been used experimentally in glasshouses as a method of aphid control, and to control ... They were found to be partial to the fruit, eating more fruit than aphids. E. corollae is found across Europe, North Africa and ... scale insects and aphids in fruit plantations. ...
*  Rhopalosiphum rufiabdominale
The rice root aphid or red rice root aphid (Rhopalosiphum rufiabdominale) is an aphid in the superfamily Aphidoidea in the ... "species Rhopalosiphum rufiabdominale". Aphid species file. Retrieved 1 October 2016. "Rhopalosiphum rufiabdominale". AphiD. ... This aphid is a vector of cereal yellow dwarf virus and barley yellow dwarf virus, and this makes it a pest of economic ... The rice root aphid has a broad host range, having been found on many species of plant distributed across 22 plant families. It ...
*  Narcissus symptomless virus
Transmission occurs by Aphids. NSV was isolated and proposed as a new species of genus Carlavirus by Chen et al. in 2006 and ...