Showing 5 types of PINE & SPRUCE APHIDS
This species is native to Europe, but was first detected in North America around 1900. It now is found throughout eastern Canada and northeastern U.S., as well as along the Pacific coast in Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia.
Cooley spruce gall aphid is native to North America and it attacks various species of spruce trees as well as Douglas Fir.
Eastern spruce gall aphid is an introduced species from Europe.
Native to eastern Asia but established in eastern North America from Georgia north to Massachusetts.
This is a native insect in North America and is found widely where host pines are grown.