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Psylloidea on Acer pseudoplatanus
Joerg Brucklacher
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Posted on 08-04-2021 21:38
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are all these different stages of a psylloidea ?
Can someone tell the species please ? oops - and move this into the right forum ... Frown
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extremely flat
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L3 with exuvia ?
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adult and again exuvia ?
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traces of Psyllidae feeding on Acer ?
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Hi Joerg,

I'm not sure about the last image (still trying) but the others should indeed show different stages (early and late instars, green adult) of Rhinocola aceris.

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Great to have all of them together,
thanks for your help an for the det., Eric

Greetings no Frankn

Joerg
 
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I won't disagree with pictures 1 and 2, but picture 3 is of a typhlocybine nymph, and picture 4 is a freshly emerged typhlocybine, probably a Eurhadina species
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Hi Tony, thanks a lot for waking me up! Absolutely agree!

Greetings, Eric
 
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The first two are nymphs of Periphyllus (Aphidoidea).
 
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The great think about Diptera.info is that we usually get there in the end! Grin
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That's right, Tony, and while getting to the end one may learn a lot:
I was in doubt whether the flat ones could be aphids like Periphyllus as I only knew the aestivating 1st instars of P. aceriola. But now I've seen, that P. testudinaceus produces these flat nymphs < 1 mm.
Thanks empeejay!

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let me say it as a bloody amateur I am :
that's insane, thank you to all the "pro" involved ...

Joerg
 
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