Cinara (Aphidoidea: Lachninae), which is in the Aphididae family and has the highest number of species, feed on members of the Pinaceae and Coniferaceae families. Cinara (Cinara) cedri Mimeur, 1936 species can feed on different hosts and consists of morphologically similar species. They differ from each other based on to small morphological differences according to the diagnostic keys. Therefore, their taxonomic situation is complex. In this study, individuals belonging to the Cinara cedri species, which distributed in Afyonkarahisar, Kütahya, Uşak and Niğde Provinces, were sampled from the field, diagnosed with completed morphometric measurements and 9 morphological characters (AntIV, AntVI, HTIBD, RIV, RV, SPHBD, ANT6Tüy, HTII and ANTIII). ) and the ratio of two morphological characters (ANTIV / VI), morphometric analyzes were made with the SPSS program. As a result of this study, it was observed that the characters that differ most in the distinction of these species on cedar wood are BL, PT, URS, HTI and HTB. As a result of the statistical analysis of the C. cedri species sampled from cedar, the difference in the size of the segments of ANT6 Feather, ANT4, Ant4 / 6, ANT6, HTII, RIV, RV and ANTIII and the group averages of the morphometric characters of individuals sampled from Uşak is different from those of the other three localities. This may indicate that the locality may make a difference in the morphological structure of the species. The effect of locality on the morphological characters of this breed was explained statistically.