What Are the Fuzzy Little Flying Bugs around My House?

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The fuzzy, white flying bugs are woolly aphids, or Eriosoma langerum. These insects are hidden under white fluff that can be mistaken for a mould. The woolly aphid is an insect that, unlike most aphids, sucks sap from the woody stems, rather than the foliage. April-October they are highly visible on infested parts of the trunk and branches
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