Mealybugs of Central and South America
This book discusses the 49 genera and 282 species of mealybugs from all countries in the Western Hemisphere south of the USA, including the West Indies and Bermuda. There are 281 illustrations of different species as well as brief accounts of economic importance, morphology, distribution and host-plant records with reviews of the relevant literature.
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abdominal segments absent Adult female Anal lobe cerarii anal lobes Anal ring Antennae BMNH body Brazil cerarii characters Circulus claw Cockerell collar tubular ducts collected Comments conical setae described Description designated developed diameter differs disc pores present Discoidal pores discussed dorsal dorsal setae dorsum edges enlarged evenly distributed fairly femur Ferris genus groups Hambleton head hind coxae hind tibia hind trochanter Holotype illustration important known Labium lacking Legs well developed lengths of hind margins Material examined McKenzie mealybug median areas MEXICO Miller Multilocular disc pores normally numbering occasionally Oral collar tubular Oral rim tubular original Ostioles oval pairs PANAMA Phenacoccus plant possessing posterior segments Pseudococcus Ratio of lengths Rhizoecus rim tubular ducts rows scattered short single slender slide slightly smaller sometimes species specimens tarsus thorax Translucent pores trilocular pores Trilocular pores evenly um long USNM usually venter Ventral surface wide