Valid Names Results
Hall 1946 (Diaspididae
Type species: Phenacaspis whitehilli Hall
by original designation
accepted valid name
- General Remarks: Detailed descriptions by Hall (1946a) and Borchsenius & Williams (1963).
- Systematics: Rolaspis differs from Tecaspis in the arrangement of the dorsal pores on segment 6, in having some pores in the median region of segments 1-3 and in having a well-developed pair of 2nd lobes. It differs from Voraspis in the nature of the median lobes and the arrangement of dorsal pores (Hall, 1946a).
- Structure: Body elongate, fusiform, often slightly sclerotized at maturity except intersegmentally. Median lobes more or less prominent, usually longer than broad with typically a V-shaped notch between and with their bases clearly yoked together. A pair of setae, but without gland spines or marginal pores, between lobes. 2nd lobes duplex, well developed, the lobules rounded apically (Hall, 1946a).
- Hall1946a: pp.544 (female) [Key for the separation of the genera of Diaspidini recorded from the Ethiopian Region]
taxonomy, pp. 172, 357
taxonomy, pp. 84
description, illustration, taxonomy, pp. 366, 369-370
taxonomy, pp. 42
description, distribution, taxonomy, pp. 531-532, 544
taxonomy, pp. 176
description, distribution, taxonomy, pp. 139
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