Valid Names Results
Mamet 1962 (Diaspididae
Type species: Tsimbazaspis euphorbiae Mamet
by monotypy and original designation
accepted valid name
- Systematics: Tsimbazaspis comes close to Angulaspis and Inchoaspis from which it differs in having a group of pores between the bases of the median lobes and in the sclerotization surrounding the orifices of the marginal ducts of the 6th and 7th segments (Mamet, 1962).
- Structure: Tsimbazaspis is referable to the subfamily Diaspidinae in having two-barred ducts with gland spines and bilobulate 2nd pygidial lobes. Adult female elongate. Pygidium with 3 pairs of lobes; median lobes non-zygotic, set far apart from each other, without gland spines between them (Mamet, 1962).
description, distribution, taxonomy, pp. 199-200
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