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Takagi & Martin 2010 (Diaspididae
Takagi & Martin
Type species: Nanhaiaspis chiulungensis Taikagi & Martin
type designation unknown
accepted valid name
- General Remarks: Detailed description and illustrations in Takagi & Martin, 2010.
- Systematics: This genus is referable to the Diaspidinae and to the Diaspidini and possibly to the Fioriniina or the Kuwanaspidina, but it is not easy to find its relationships to other genera of the Diaspidini.
- Structure: The adult female Nanhaiaspis is elongate ovoid, broadest across the base of the abdomen, head narrowly and pygidium broadly rounded. characteristic in having 7 groups of perivulvar disc pores instead of the usual 5. The occurrence and arrangement of pygidial macroducts on the dorsal and ventral surfaces are characteristic of the genus. The first-instar female and male are chacteristic in having spinous marginal processes around the abdomen and meta- and mesothorax. The second=instar male has a unique character pattern.
description, distribution, host, illustration, structure, taxonomy, pp. 38-40
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