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Doesn't look like an adelgid, it's more like a heteroptera nymph isn't it? Or are adelgids more varied than I realised (I don't know much about them)?
Entomologist and biological recorder
You are correct it is not an adelgid, not a het nymph ether. It is an aphid, one associated with Scots Pine, a woolly, cornicless one to boot.
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