Greenbug (Schizaphis graminum)
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The greenbug is lime-green colored with a darker green stripe running down the length of its back. The outer half of its antennae and tips of the legs are black, as are the tips of its cornicles (tail pipe looking projections on the rear of the aphid). Use the Greenbug Economic Threshold Calculator and Glance 'n Go sampling to determine the need for insecticidal treatment in wheat.


For more information on greenbugs visit OSU fact sheets.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Greenbug

 

Colony of greenbugs with a few corn leaf aphids mixed in.

 

 

Greenbug damaged wheat.