Dialeurolobus

Millar, I. M. & Dooley, J. W., 2013, A new species of Dialeurolobus (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) from Protea nitida in South Africa, Zootaxa 3694 (2), pp. 178-184: 183

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3694.2.7

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:1FCE5CE1-4E3F-46B5-B7AC-F712D9F56180

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03A187D9-FFB3-5E71-FF5A-FF2BE0E5FDF8

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Dialeurolobus
status

 

Key to the puparia of Dialeurolobus  species

1. Puparium pale, surrounded by row of 54 whitish wax rods; puparium with a submarginal row of 54 rounded papillae; caudal furrow present; with a pair of metathoracic setae............................................ erythrinae (Corbett) 

- Puparium black or brownish-black, rarely pale, with or without a marginal wax fringe; puparium lacking a submarginal row of papillae; caudal furrow present or absent; metathoracic setae absent............................................. 2

2. Caudal furrow and eyespots present, distinct; first abdominal setae present; unmounted puparium with a vertical column of hyaline wax 1 mm long in middle of dorsum.................................................... pulcher Danzig 

- Caudal furrow faint or absent; eyespots present or absent; first abdominal setae absent; unmounted puparium without a vertical column of hyaline wax................................................................................. 3

3. Eyespots present, caudal furrow faint; caudal setae present, and 12 pairs of setae in a row along submargin/subdorsum area; tracheal combs with 2–3 teeth; transverse moulting suture curved abruptly anteriad................ rhamni Bink-Moenen 

- Eyespots, caudal furrow and caudal setae absent; 8 pairs of setae in a row along submargin/subdorsum area; tracheal combs with about 4–7 teeth; transverse moulting suture only moderately curved anteriad...................... proteae  sp. nov.