Valid Names ResultsAonidomytilus crookiae (Ferris, 1954) (Diaspididae: Aonidomytilus)
- Nelaspis crookiae Ferris 1954: 42-43. Type data: FLORIDA: Sacaton, on Crookia microsepala, 03/03/1946. Syntypes, female, Type depository: Davis: The Bohart Museum of Entomology, University of California, California, USA . accepted valid name Illustr.
- Aonidomytilus multiglandulatus Kosztarab 1963: 55-57. Type data: UNITED STATES: Indiana, Tippecanoe County, Agronomy Farm, on Hypericum prolificum, 19/06/1961, by D.L. Schuder. Holotype, female, Type depository: Washington: United States National Entomological Collection, U.S. National Museum of Natural History, District of Columbia, USA . junior synonym (discovered by Koszta1996, 422). Notes: Kosztarab (1996) states that the synonymy was determined by B.J. Muse, but since the paper in question was an unpublished thesis, Kosztarab must be considered the author. Illustr.
- Aonidomytilus crookiae Muse & Williams 1984: 375. change of combination
Families: 2 | Genera: 2
- Koszta1996: pp.421 ( Adult (F) ) [Key to species of Aonidomytilus of Northeastern North America] Key as: Aonidomytilus crookiae
- General Remarks: Detailed description and illustration by Kosztarab (1963).
- Biology: It is assumed that the insect overwinters as second instar nymphs (Kosztarab, 1963).
- Systematics: This species is close to A. solidaginis, but differs in the number of submedian dorsal macroducts, the number of ventral ducts, shape of median lobes, length of median gland spines and host plant (Kosztarab, 1963).
- Structure: Scale of female is oystershell shaped, light brown, yellowish white toward apex, 2.3mm in length; exuviae apical, orange-yellow. Female slender, spindle-shaped, margins lobed. Eggs are light purple (Kosztarab, 1963).
- Arnett1985: taxonomy, 242
- BesheaTiHo1973: distribution, host, 9
- Borchs1966: catalog, distribution, host, taxonomy, 42, 132
- Dekle1965c: distribution, host, taxonomy, 12, 96
- Ferris1954: description, distribution, host, illustration, taxonomy, 42-43
- Koszta1963: description, distribution, host, illustration, taxonomy, 55-57
- Koszta1996: description, distribution, host, illustration, taxonomy, 422-423
- Koteja1974b: distribution, 84
- McCombDa1969: distribution, 1
- Miller2005: distribution, 485
- Muntin1977: distribution, taxonomy, 7
- MuseWi1984: structure, taxonomy, 375-376
- Nakaha1982: distribution, host, 10, 59
- PooleGe1997: distribution, 346, 350
- Tippin1968a: taxonomy, 167
- WaltmaRaWi2016: distribution, 231