Lerp (biology)

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For other uses, see Lerp (disambiguation).
Red lerps (Austrochardia acaciae) on Mulga, Central Australia

In biology, a lerp is a structure of crystallized honeydew produced by larvae of psyllid bugs as a protective cover. These animals are commonly referred to as lerp insects.

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