Aphids are small, soft-bodied insects that feed by sucking the nutrient-rich liquids out of plants. They prefer grazing tender new growth over tougher established foliage and are known as the dairy cows of the insect world.
Aphids are one of several other honeydew-producing insects and pests. Meanwhile, species of ants, bees and wasps actually harvest the honeydew, the latter use it to create a type of honey.
+ Fast reproductive cycle
+ Protection from other insects thanks to honeydew
+ Can fly
+ Hide and seek champion
- Weak attack
- Little to no defense
- Prey to a host of insects
Egg > Instar > Wingless Female/Male > Winged Female/Male
On the underside of leaves
Sap from leaves, stems and flowers.