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Ferris 1941 (Diaspididae
Type species: Pseudodiaspis multipora Ferris
by original designation
accepted valid name
- Structure: Adult female turbinate in form, with the prosomatic region heavily sclerotized at full maturity. Pygidium without gland spines or with these at the most exceedingly small and very few. Median lobes present, well developed, widely separated and without basal scleroses of any kind. Second and third lobes represented merely by flattened points or prominences, the second lobe not bilobulate. Dorsal ducts of the pygidium numerous, very small, scattered over the entire pygidium even to the area anterior to the median lobes. Scale of female round or ovoid, thick both dorsally and ventrally, the exuviae central or subcentral. Scale of male elongate, slender, white, with the exuviae terminal (Ferris, 1941d).
- Ferris1942: pp.47 (female) [Key to genera in the tribe Diaspidini]
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