Valid Names ResultsDysmicoccus maclayi Gavrilov, 2013 (Pseudococcidae: Dysmicoccus)
- Dysmicoccus maclayi Gavrilov 2013: 70-73. Type data: PAPUA NEW GUINEA: near Jayapura, on leaf of dicotyledonous tree, 10/30/2011, by I.A. Gavrilov. Holotype, female, Type depository: St. Petersburg: Zoological Museum, Academy of Science, Russia; accepted valid name Illustr.
- Irian Jaya | Gavril2013
- Systematics: Dysmicoccus maclayi is unique in the genus in having cerarii situated on well-developed prominences. According to other characters, it seems to be related to Dysmicoccus castanopseus Williams, 2004, but differs in possessing tubular ducts. (Gavrilov, 2013)
- Structure: Adult female. Body broadly oval, about 2–3 mm long. Eyes each about 50 µm in diameter. Antennae each 8-segmented, about 650 mm long. Legs well developed. Sclerotized areas of anal lobe cerarii and penultimate cerarii significantly larger than anal ring. Dorsal surface covered by thick, almost lanceolate setae. Ventral surface with flagellate setae of various sizes. (Gavrilov, 2013)
- General Remarks: Detailed description and illustration in Gavrilov, 2013.