Odonaspis

Ben-Dov, Yair, 2015, Description of a new species of Odonaspis Leonardi (Hemiptera: Coccomorpha: Diaspididae) from Australia, Zootaxa 3980 (3), pp. 447-449: 449

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3980.3.9

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scientific name

Odonaspis
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Key to adult female Odonaspis   species currently recorded from Australia

1. Perivulvar pores in 3 groups, present anteriorly and laterally to vulva ....................................................................... 2

- Perivulvar pores in 2 groups, each group present laterally to vulva ..................................... O. bouldersensis   , sp. nov.

2. Median and submedian parts of intersegmental line between abdominal segments V and VI made of variouslyshaped sclerotizations ..................................................................................................................... O. ruthae Kotinsky  

- Median and submedian parts of intersegmental line between abdominal segments V and VI made of regularlyshaped sclerotization ..................................................................................................................................................... 3

3. Postvulvar sternite sclerotized with ducts present only along its intersegmental furrow; posterior spiracles without associated spiracular pores ........................................................................................................... O. secreta   (Cockerell)

- Postvulvar sternite not sclerotized, with ducts present throughout sternite; posterior spiracles with associated spiracular pores....................................................................................................................................................................... 4

4. Gland tubercles present ventrally on submargin of head and prothoracic segment; each anterior spiracle with 15–38 quinquelocular pores ........................................................................................................ O   . saccharicaulis (Zehntner)

- Gland tubercles absent ventrally on submargin of head and prothoracic segment; each anterior spiracle with 4–12 quinquelocular pores .............................................................................................................. O. australiensis   Ben-Dov