Thesaurus / aphid
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When a mite or aphid munches on the plant, the volatile may be released to attract insects that will eat the mites or aphids.

He laughed in my face, and brought forward certain well-known facts in the reproduction of the aphid or cabbage-louse.

The heterogamy of the allied Coccid is practically the same as that of the Aphid.

The reproduction of the Aphid constitutes one of the most interesting chapters in the history of the animal kingdom.

I once observed a young spider approaching an aphid, which was facing its enemy.

Let the pupils see an aphid sucking the juice of a plant; this may be done by bringing in a twig infested by aphids.

Aphid (af'-id) The plant louse, of which there are a great many kinds.

The Insect FolkMargaret Warner Morley

WORDS RELATED TO APHID

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.