Psyllid Photos



Aphalaridae : Aphalarinae


© Shannon Schade

Aphalara sp.-A

© Tom Murray
© Tom Murray
© Tom Murray

Aphalara sp.-B

© Tom Murray
© Tom Murray

Aphalara sp.-C

© Graham Montgomery
© Ilona L.

Aphalara sp.-D

© Antonio Liberta
© Antonio Liberta

Craspedolepta sp.

© Graham Montgomery
© Ilona L.
© Tom Murray




© Graham Montgomery
© Lara Berkley

Aphalaridae : Pachypsyllinae


© Antonio Liberta
© Antonio Liberta


© Graham Montgomery


© Graham Montgomery
© Tom Murray




© Ilona L.
© Ilona L.
© Ilona L.
© Joyce Gross
© Joyce Gross

Aphalaridae : Spondyliaspidinae


© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory


Susan Wineriter, USDA Agricultural
Research Service, Bugwood.org
Susan Wineriter, USDA Agricultural
Research Service, Bugwood.org


© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory


© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory


© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory


© Chris Mallory
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela


© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory


© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory

Calophyidae :


© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela


© Antonio Liberta


© Tom Murray
© Tom Murray


© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Chris Mallory

Homotomidae :


© Joyce Gross
© Joyce Gross

Liviidae : Euphyllurinae


Florida Department of Agriculture


© Marc Kummel


© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela


© Eddie Dunbar

Liviidae : Liviinae


© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela




© Lisa I.


© Tom Murray
© Tom Murray


© John Rosenfeld

Psyllidae : Acizziinae


© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela

Psyllidae : Aphalaroidinae


© Joyce Gross
© Joyce Gross

Psyllidae : Ciriacreminae


© Van Truan

Psyllidae : Psyllinae


© Alice Abela


© Libby and Rick Avis


© Tom Murray
© Tom Murray
© Tom Murray


© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela


© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela


© Claudia Goodall
© Claudia Goodall


© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela


© Gordon Peachey


© Arlo Pelegrin




© Kurt Schaefer
© Van Truan


© Steve Nanz
© Steve Nanz
© Steve Nanz
© Tom Murray


© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory


© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela


© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela


© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela


© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela


© Joyce Gross
© Joyce Gross
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela


© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela


© Joyce Gross


© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela


© Chris Mallory
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela


© Steve Nanz
© Even Dankowicz
© Even Dankowicz
© Even Dankowicz




© Gilles Arbour


© Steve Nanz
© Tom Murray

Psylla sp.

© Tom Murray




© Jesse Christopherson
© Jesse Christopherson

Triozidae :


© Even Dankowicz


© James Bailey


© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory
© Alice Abela


© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela


© Cedric Lee
© Cedric Lee


© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory


© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory




© Alice Abela


© Tom Murray
© Tom Murray
© Tom Murray
© Tom Murray
© Tom Murray


© Tom Murray
© Tom Murray
© Ilona L.


© Carroll Perkins
© Carroll Perkins


© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela
© Alice Abela


© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory
© Chris Mallory


© Ilona L.
© Tom Murray
© Tom Murray


© Ilona L.



77 total species represented in photos (out of 337)

As there are so many species that have yet to be photographed, anybody could easily contribute to this effort provided that they know where to look. Refer to the species list to view range and host information for all nearctic species, and please consider submitting to bugguide.net any psyllid not listed here. Ideal photographic angles for psyllid identification include a lateral view showing the wing venation, a dorsal view showing the head detail, and a lateral view of the genital segment if possible. Information regarding the host plant (if applicable) is also important - consider photographing the host as well especially if it is unfamiliar. If you have psyllid photos that you would like to contribute to this page, please email me.



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