Geographic location of the bug: Anaheim California
Time: 08:01 PM EDT
Your letter to the bugman: I took this picture March 25, 2020 not sure what that bug is,
Hopefully someone can tell me.
How you want your letter signed: Ken O
We are relatively certain this is a Mealybug based on this BugGuide image. According to the University of Wisconsin Master Gardener Program: “The citrus mealybug (Planococcus citri) is the most common species found on plant foliage. It feeds on a wide variety of plants, and especially likes soft-stemmed and succulent plants such as coleus, fuchsia, croton, jade, poinsettia and cactus. In my greenhouse I also find them consistently on rosemary, citrus, and bird of paradise. ” You did not indicate where you found it.