Valid Names Results
Beardsley 1971 (Eriococcidae
Type species: Gallacoccus anthonyae Beardsley
by monotypy and original designation
accepted valid name
Tang & Hao
misspelling of genus name
- General Remarks: Definition and characters by Beardsley (1971b).
- Systematics: Generic characteristics that distinguish this genus from other beesonids are: the possession of small legs, trochanter and femur partially or completely fused; antennae small, 3-segmented; labium 1-segmented; anal ring without setae or pores; quinquelocular pores restricted to venter; without enlarged setae (Beardsley, 1971b).
- Structure: The adult females of this gall-inducing genus are globular. Adult males can be recognized by their short three to five segmented antennae (Beardsley, 1971b).
- Beards1971b: pp.39
 Key as: Key to known species of Gallacoccus
description, distribution, pp. 31
distribution, pp. 80,86,93,103
catalog, taxonomy, pp. 167-168
structure, taxonomy, pp. 164.178-180
taxonomy, pp. 71,74
catalog, taxonomy, pp. 382
taxonomy, pp. 59
distribution, host, taxonomy, pp. 67-68, 81
taxonomy, pp. 436,643
taxonomy, pp. 642
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