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Ben-Dov 1974 (Diaspididae
Type species: Phaspis lobulata Ben-Dov
by monotypy and original designation
accepted valid name
- General Remarks: Definition and characters by Ben-Dov (1974b).
- Systematics: This genus differs from Melanaspis Cockerell by possessing only two pairs of pygidial paraphyses, from Lindingaspis MacGillivray by the presence of dorsal macroducts that are of one size, from Clavaspis MacGillivray by the presence of three pairs of pygidial lobes, from Diclavaspis Balachowsky by the elongate shape of paraphyses and their absence between median lobes, from Pseudomelanaspis Borchsenius by the squat median lobes, and from Greenoidea MacGillivray by the presence of only two pairs of pygidial lobes and their absence in the median position (Ben-Dov, 1974b).
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