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Explanation: These are a family of small sucking insects in the same order as more familiar insects such as aphids, scales, mealybugs, and whiteflies. The correct Spanish spelling is psilidos, as in the first website I gave you. The English language website shows a picture of the various life stages. There is no "common name" for these insects; they are referred to as psyllids or in the singular, psylla. There are many different species and some are pests of fruit trees, shade trees, and some vegetables such as potato.
John Speese United States Local time: 22:13 Specializes in field Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 90
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Explanation: Witches broom due to fungus (powdery mildew)/mite Nipple galls underleaf:
jumping lice Zwinger: pinhead galls: "psilid flies"; larvae overwinter in bark psyllid Arytinnis hakani (Loginova), while the psilid fly, Chyliza leptogaster (Panzer), was the only species that was observed killing mature plants,
psyllid like your peer already stated or psilid fly as above
kelime France Local time: 03:13 Native speaker of: French