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Mamet 1954 (Diaspididae
Type species: Sakaramyaspis beguei Mamet
by monotypy and original designation
accepted valid name
- Systematics: Sakaramyaspis is close to Gymnaspis from which it differs by the presence of lobular processes on the pygidial margin of the female and by the occurrence of bilobular 2nd lobes in the nymph. It is also related to Porogymnaspis from which it differs by the presence of bilobulate 2nd and 3rd lobes in the nymph (Mamet, 1954).
- Structure: Diaspididae with two-barred ducts. Pupillarial, the female being enclosed in the nymphal exuviae. Adult female greatly reduced, merely a membranous sac. Pygidium a little retracted into body, of a characteristic rectangular form. Pygidial margin with 3 pairs of small, hyaline, unsclerotized lobular prominences; 2nd and 3rd pairs of lobular prominences bilobular (Mamet, 1954).
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