Phenacoccus

Moghaddam, Masumeh, 2010, Two new species and a new record of mealybugs (Hemiptera, Coccoidea, Pseudococcidae) from Iran, Zootaxa 2619, pp. 63-68: 67

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.198072

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03C487C5-5242-FF91-FF22-F5DAA38DD45A

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Phenacoccus
status

 

Key to Iranian species of Phenacoccus 

1 With more than 1 circulus .................................................................................................................... aceris  (Signoret)

- With 1 circulus or none................................................................................................................................................. 2

2 Circulus present. Cerarii numbering 18 pairs. .............................................................................................................. 3

- Circulus absent. Cerarii numbering 2–7 pairs. ............................................................................................................ 5

3 Quinquelocular pores present on venter ................................................................................... perillustris  Borchsenius

- Quinquelocular pores entirely absent from dorsum and venter.................................................................................... 4

4 Antennae normally 9 -segmented. Multilocular disc pores on venter usually present only as far forward as segment VI, and usually present along anterior edge of segment VII. Circulus often produced laterally, flaccid ....................... ........................................................................................................................................................... solenopsis  Tinsley

- Antennae normally 8 -segmented. Multilocular disc pores on venter usually present as far forward as segment IV, and usually absent from anterior edge of segment VII. Circulus usually small, slightly oval .......................... solani  Ferris

5 Cerarii numbering 2 pairs, present on 2 last abdominal segments .................................... arthrophyti Archangelskaya 

- Cerarii numbering 7 pairs, C 1–4 and C 16–18 ................................................................................. betae  Moghaddam sp.n.