Asian citrus psyllid

Diaphorina citri

The adults are 3 to 4 mm long with a mottled brown body. The head is light brown, whereas Trioza erytreae has black head. The forewing is broadest in the apical half, mottled, and with a brown band extending around the periphery of the outer half of the wing. This band is slightly interrupted near the apex (in Trioza erytreae, band is broadest at middle, unspotted and transparent). The antennae have black tips with two small, light brown spots on the middle segments (in Trioza erytreae, antennae are nearly all black). A living Diaphorina citri is covered with whitish, waxy secretion, making it appear dusty.

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