noun, plural a·phi·des [ey-fi-deez, af-i-] /ˈeɪ fɪˌdiz, ˈæf ɪ-/.
Origin of aphis
Examples from the Web for aphis
Historical Examples of aphis
The red spider and aphis have no special fondness for the Aster.
Other remedies for aphis are spraying with a hard stream of water.
The grain Aphis, in certain years, desolates our wheat fields.Our Common Insects
Alpheus Spring Packard
They are often accused by the careless observer of the injury, instead of the aphis.Mysteries of Bee-keeping Explained
The aphis clings to the ends of young shoots, and sucks out their sap.The Book of Roses