In some species, such as aphids, the flightless morph lacks wings and is called the apterous morph.
Sap passes right through the aphides' bodies, only getting a little thicker and sweeter.
Eriosoma lanigerum(Woolly apple aphid) is a kind of harmful pest to agricultural plant quarantined.It lives in the apple tree autoeciously and does harm collectively.
Right now, the aphids have the upper hand.
See if you can hear the strategy American aphids use to reproduce.
Female aphids can make little, tiny clones of themselves without ever mating.
The young aphids that hatch are all female.
Ants keep predatory insects away from where their aphids feed; Gmail keeps the spammers out of our inboxes.
Insects in the Hemiptera order have piercing-sucking mouthparts and include bed bugs, cicadas, aphids, and leafhoppers.
Clusters of tiny insects called aphids were to be found on the underside of the leaves.
Aphid, marmot, sea horse or locust?
It seems the sex paradox has been solved by one of nature's most ingenious insects - aphids.
The reproduction rate of the aphid is influenced by nutrition.
In the spring, female aphids lay eggs which hatch – break open allowing the young to come out.
By cloning themselves with 'virgin births' and reproducing sexually, aphids maximise their chances of survival.
通过" 单性生殖" 的无性繁殖以及有性繁殖，蚜使它们的生存机会最大化。
Imagine you're an aphid, a tiny insect that sucks plant sap for a living.
An aphid investation in one plant triggers its neighbor to ramp up production of compounds that repel aphids and attract aphid-eating wasps.
Aphids are some of agriculture's most important pests, but to Gish they are also a part of a fascinating, important ecosystem.
Oh, no. Please tell me it isn't aphids.
The ground is a scary place for an aphid, but it's better than a cow's mouth.
Gardeners around the world will be upset to hear that – those young aphids just love eating tomato plants!
They climb aboard the back of a larger aphid that's also making an escape and hitch a ride, cowboy style.
Clusters of tiny insects called aphides were to be found on the underside of the leaves.