Cabbage whitefly nymphs

Cabbage whitefly nymphs

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Caption: Cabbage whitefly nymphs (Aleyrodes proletella) feeding on the surface of a leaf. The red eyespots at the anterior end of the nymphs indicate that they are in the fourth and final nymphal stage. This species of aphid is a pest of brassica vegetables such as cabbage and broccoli.

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Keywords: aleyrodes proletella, animal, biological, biology, botanical, botany, cabbage whitefly, eyespots, fauna, feeding, final, flora, fourth stage, horticultural, horticulture, insect, insecta, invertebrate, invertebrates, leaf, nature, nymph, nymphal stage, nymphs, plant, wildlife, zoology

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