Valid Names ResultsMadarococcus latilobatus (Hoy, 1962) (Eriococcidae: Madarococcus)
- Eriococcus latilobatus Hoy 1962: 31, 94. Type data: NEW ZEALAND: South Island, Lake Wakatipu, Lumberbox Creek, on Nothofagus solandri var. cliffortioides, 15/11/1958, by J.M. Hoy. Holotype, female, by original designation Type depository: Auckland: New Zealand Arthropod Collection, Landcare Research, New Zealand; accepted valid name Illustr.
- Acanthococcus latilobatus (Hoy, 1962); Miller & Gimpel 1996: 601. change of combination
- Madarococcus latilobatus (Hoy, 1962); Hardy, Beardsley & Gullan 2008: 369-373, 384. change of combination
Families: 1 | Genera: 1
- Nothofagus solandri | Hoy1962 | var. cliffortioides
- New Zealand
- South Island | Hoy1962
- HardyGuHo2008: pp.375-376 ( Adult (F) ) [Key to species of Madarococcus based on adult females]
- Hoy1962: pp.31 ( Adult (F) ) [New Zealand species of Eriococcidae] Key as: Eriococcus latilobatus
- Systematics: Slide-mounted adult female with: enlarged setae cylindrical, apices slightly rounded, marginal setae distinctly larger than other dorsal setae, 3-5 lateral setae on margin of each abdominal segment; ventral multilocular pores uncommon, restricted to vulvar and spiracular areas; suranal seta spatulate (Hoy, 1963). The adult females of M. latilobatus most closely resemble those of M. rotundus. Hoy (1962a) separated them by counting enlarged dorsal setae: 10–20 on the head and thorax of M. latilobatus as opposed to four or fewer located on the thorax of M. rotundus. He acknowledges the plasticity of the feature in M. rotundus; in many specimens the enlarged setae are completely absent. Setal number may be variable within some species, Perhaps M. latilobatus and M. rotundus are the same species. (Hardy, et al., 2008)
- Structure: Female sac is felted and tawny in color (Hoy, 1962).
- Biology: Females occur on the underside of host leaves (Hoy, 1962).
- General Remarks: Most detailed description and illustration by Hoy (1962).
- HardyGuHe2008: phylogeny, structure, taxonomy, 369-373, 384
- Hoy1962: description, distribution, host, illustration, taxonomy, 31, 94
- Hoy1963: catalog, distribution, host, taxonomy, 100
- Kozar2009: distribution, taxonomy, 103
- MillerGi1996: taxonomy, 601-602
- MillerGi2000: catalog, description, distribution, host, taxonomy, 255-256
- Wise1977: distribution, taxonomy, 97