Valid Names Results
Kozár & Foldi 2000 (Ortheziidae
Kozár & Foldi
Type species: Matileortheziola angolaensis Kozár & Foldi
by monotypy and original designation
accepted valid name
- General Remarks: Kozár (2004) redescribed Matileortheziola and classified it in a new tribe, Matileortheziolini, in the subfamily Ortheziolinae.
- Systematics: Matileortheziola differs from Ortheziola in having a narrow wax plate band around the body margin. Wide plate-like structures are present on the middorsum. 3rd segment of the thorax is very wide. Eye stalks protruding, thumb-like, fused with the sclerotized area at the base of antenna (Kozár & Foldi, 2000).
- Structure: Body whitish, segmentation not clearly visible. Only the margin of the dorsum covered with wax protrusions (some of which remain on the slide-mounted specimens); wax protrusions in some case circular in shape, and including separate rows of spines from the earlier larval stage (Kozár, 2004).
description, structure, taxonomy, pp. 71-72
description, distribution, taxonomy, pp. 435
description, distribution, taxonomy, pp. 251-252
distribution, host, taxonomy, pp. 761
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