How to Manage Pests
Identification: Key to Aphids Commonly Found in Small Grains, Corn, and Sorghum in California
Key developed by Charles G. Summers and Albert S. Newton, Department of Entomology, University of California, Davis, and Kearney Agricultural Center, Parlier
Adapted for the Web by Kathy Keatley Garvey, UC IPM Information Systems staff
Jack Kelly Clark, Principal Photographer, UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Larry Strand, Photo Librarian, UC Statewide IPM Program
index.html. Redrawn from: Chaney, W. E., and M. A. Lee. 1992. Common aphid pests on vegetable crops in the Salinas valley. University of California, Monterey County Cooperative Extension Service, Salinas.
bodycolorwinged.html. Miyazaki, M. 1987. Morphology and Systematics, 1.1 Morphology of Aphids. Pp. 1-25. In A. K. Minks and P. Harrewijn. [eds.]. AphidsTheir biology, natural enemies and control. Vol. 2A. Elsevier, Amsterdam.
bodycolor2winged.html. Gwen Conville, Graphic Artist, Kearney Agricultural Center, Parlier
caudawinged.html. M. Miyazake (above) for drawing of cauda; Gwen Conville, for drawing of antennae
caudawingless.html. M. Miyazaki (above)
forewingwinged.html. Gwen Conville
typical html. Gwen Conville
yellow sugarcane aphid: Texas A&M
winged corn leaf aphid: University of Illinois Department of Crop Sciences
winglessaphids.html. UC IPM Leaflet. "Russian Wheat AphidHow to Recognize this New Pest and its Damage."
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