Antonina Signoret

Wu, San-An, Lu, Yuan & Nan, Nan, 2012, A review of the genus Antonina Signoret in China (Hemiptera: Coccoidea: Pseudococcidae), with description of a new species, Zootaxa 3514, pp. 27-42: 29

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.282571

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:9B3B1EE8-A911-4DF5-AE2F-34DA4C64297C

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/039787C5-FF86-EF38-04A0-FF79FA6CFBC7

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scientific name

Antonina Signoret
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Key to species of Antonina Signoret   currently known from China based the morphology of the adult females

1 Anal ring situated on surface of abdomen, not at base of anal tube................................... A. hubeiana Wu  

- Anal ring situated at base of anal tube..................................................................... 2

2 Disc-like pores absent on venter.......................................................... A. vera Borchsenius  

- Disc-like pores present on venter......................................................................... 3

3 At least posterior segments of abdomen plate-like; derm at maturity becoming sclerotized from body margins to medial or sub- medial areas......................................................................................... 4

- Abdominal segments not plate-like; derm not becoming sclerotized at maturity from body margins to medial or submedial areas................................................................................................ 6

4 Disc-like pores in definite submedial groups, forming a band from abdominal segment II posteriorly around abdomen.............................................................................................. A. pretiosa Ferris  

- Disc-like pores absent or confined to a small group........................................................... 5

5 Disc-like pores present in a single submedial group on each side of abdominal segment II....... A. maai Williams & Miller  

- Disc-like pores absent from venter of abdominal segment II, usually present on posterior ventral submargin................................................................................................ A. sandakanae Williams  

6 Multilocular pores forming a marginal band around entire body; posterior ostioles present............................ 7

- Multilocular pores not forming a marginal band around entire body; posterior ostioles absent.......................... 9

7 Disc-like pores present submarginally on segments II –VII or VIII............................... A. socialis Newstead  

- Disc-like pores restricted to submargins of segments II –IV, V or VI (i.e. always absent from VII)...................... 8

8 Ventral abdominal multilocular pores abundant, with 6 or more pores on segment IV in an area defined by lateral margins of disc-like pore clusters.................................................................... A. crawi Cockerell  

- Ventral abdominal multilocular pores uncommon, with 5 or fewer pores on segment IV in an area defined by lateral margins of disc-like pore clusters......................................................... A. nakaharai Williams & Miller  

9 Disc-like pores confined to a single small group ventrally on each side of abdominal segment II...................... 10

- Disc-like pores forming a large group extending from metathorax to either segment III or to segment VII............... 11

10 Multilocular pores present on head...................................................... A. nanlingensis   sp. nov.

- Multilocular pores absent from head........................................................ A. milleri Williams  

11 Disc-like pores forming a large group from metathorax to abdominal segment III................... A. tesquorum Danzig  

- Disc-like pores forming a band from metathorax to abdominal segment VII...................... A. graminis (Maskell)