Valid Names ResultsRastrococcus kendariensis Gavrilov, 2013 (Pseudococcidae: Rastrococcus)
- Rastrococcus kendariensis Gavrilov 2013: 76-78. Type data: INDONESIA: Sulawesi, near Haluoleo airport, on leaf of dicotyledonous tree, 11/12/2011, by I.A. Gavrilov. Holotype, female, by original designation Type depository: St. Petersburg: Zoological Museum, Academy of Science, Russia; accepted valid name Illustr.
- Sulawesi (=Celebes) | Gavril2013
- Systematics: Rastrococcus kendariensis is close to Rastrococcus jabadiu Williams, 1989, but differs from it in (1) the small number of tubular ducts, which are of one size only and located in six pairs on the ventral surface of abdominal segments V-VII only and (2) the presence of special-type quinquelocular pores on the dorsum. (Gavrilov, 2013)
- Structure: Adult female. Body elongate oval, 1.4 mm long. Eyes each about 25 µm in diameter. Antennae each 9-segmented, 500 µm long. Legs well developed. Tubular ducts simple, each about 12 Tubular ducts simple, each about 12 µm long, present on venter only as six symmetrically located pairs on abdominal segments V-VII. (Gavrilov, 2013)
- General Remarks: Detailed description and illustration in Gavrilov, 2013.