Valid Names Results
Munting 1968 (Diaspididae
Type species: Collubia dentata Munting
type designation unknown
accepted valid name
- General Remarks: Description and illustration of the type species in Munting, 1968.
- Systematics: This genus differs from all other genera in having the margin of the pygidium with such a regular series of pointed, plate-like structures. It comes closest to Moraspis Hall in having such a regular marginal row of ducts, but differs from it in the absence of gland spines, the form and distribution of the dorsal pygidial ducts, and the length of the submedian setae on the dorsal and ventral derm of the abdominal segments.
- Structure: Body elongate with the pygidium very broadly rounded. Median lobes not zygotic, but clearly yoked by a sclerotic band.
description, distribution, taxonomy, pp. 209-211
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