Apterae yellowish green, with two darker green longitudinal stripes and wax tufts on the sides of abdomen. Antennae 0.20 times as long as body. Processus terminalis shorter than base, 0.25-0.3 times as long as base of the last antennal segment. Siphunculi ring-like on elevated cones, bearing 8-9 hairs. Cauda with two hairs. The aphids usually colonise at the base of young leaves of young trees.
Poaceae: Bambusa arundinacea Willd.
Aptera: Length of body 1.39, width 0.87; antennae 0.28, segments III: IV:V: 0.03: 0.04: 0.10: (0.07+0.02); u.r.s. 0.05; h.t.2 0.08.
Alata: Length of body 1.70, width 0.92; antennae 0.38, segments III: IV: V: 0.06: 0.04: 0.17: (0.08+0.03); u.r.s. 0.05; h.t.2 0.09.
August - September