Valid Names Results
Danzig, 1971 (Pseudococcidae
Type species: Inopicoccus setariae Danzig
by original designation
accepted valid name
- Systematics: The genus was described from an ultimolarva erroneously recognized by the author as an adult female. However, Danzig & Gavrilov, 2013a, felt that the particular structure of the anal ring of Inopicoccus allowed them to consider it a distinct taxon.
- Structure: Female ultimolarva. Antennae 6-segmented. Legs normally developed. Claw without denticle. Peritreme of spiracles with trilocular pores. Ostioles absent. Anal ring without pores, with 6 short setae. Wax glands of 3 types: multilocular and trilocular pores and simple tubular ducts. Cerarii and conical setae absent. (Danzig & Gavrilov, 2013a)
- General Remarks: Good definition and characters given by Danzig (1971, 1980b) and by Tang (1992).
- DanzigGa2013a: pp.215-216
[Key to Pseudococcidae from Russia and Neighboring Countries]
- Tang1992: pp.92
[Palaearctic & Oriental regions]
- Danzig1988: pp.698
[Far East of Russia]