6662.    Tiny 5mm to 10mm, thousands of them seemingly behaving like ants on the move with back and forth traffic. Probably had a colony. Could possibly be feeding on the sap that’s shed from large popolar trees. Fort St. John, BC. Canada


Number 6662.  These are aphids (Hemiptera/Sternorrhyncha: Aphididae). Also known as plant lice, they all are sap feeders and often secrete excess fluid in the form of a sticky substance called honeydew. Some species can vector viral diseases of plants. Click here for more detailed information