Leptopulvinaria Kanda, 1960

He, Xiaoying, Han, Yangyang & Wu, Sanan, 2018, A new species of Leptopulvinaria Kanda from China, with a key to species (Hemiptera, Coccomorpha, Coccidae), ZooKeys 781, pp. 59-66: 59

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http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.781.25713

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scientific name

Leptopulvinaria Kanda, 1960
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Genus Leptopulvinaria Kanda, 1960 

Type species.

Leptopulvinaria elaeocarpi  Kanda, 1960, by monotypy and original designation.

Generic diagnosis.

Adult female. Body elongate oval, broadest at thorax or anterior abdomen. Dorsum. Derm membranous. Tubular ducts and microducts frequent. Tubercles convex, occasionally absent. Margin. Setae spinose, each with a simple pointed apex. Stigmatic clefts not deep but distinct; each with one to four (usually three) stigmatic spines. Venter. Antennae with eight or nine (usually eight) segments. Legs each with a well-developed tibio-tarsal articulation and an articulatory sclerosis. Multilocular pores each with nine to eleven loculi, present mainly across most abdominal segments. Spiracular pores each with four to six (usually five) loculi. Two types of tubular ducts present. With one or two pairs of long setae medially on all abdominal and thoracic segments (occasionally lacking on thoracic segments). For further diagnostic characteristics, see Tanaka and Amano (2008).

Key to Leptopulvinaria  species based on slide-mounted adult females’ morphology

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Coccidae