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Brimblecombe 1957 (Diaspididae
Type species: Mimeraspis cuspiloba Brimblecombe
by original designation
accepted valid name
- General Remarks: Definition and characters by Brimblecombe (1957).
- Systematics: The genus Mimeraspis resembles Neomorgania MacGillivray and Pseudotargionia Cockerell in having a thoracic constriction, prominent median lobes, a small anal opening close to the lobes, perispiracular disc pores associated with the anterior spiracles and dorsal reticulated chitinization on the pygidium. It differs from Neomorgania in the shape of ducts, shape of duct orifices. The contiguous median lobes distinguish Mimeraspis from Pseudotargionia (Brimblecombe, 1957).
- DooleyEv2012: pp.2-3 (female) [Key to the genera of armored scales in Australia similar to Protomorgania]
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