Palaealeurodicus species

Martin, Jon H., 2008, A revision of Aleurodicus Douglas (Sternorrhyncha, Aleyrodidae), with two new genera proposed for palaeotropical natives and an identification guide to world genera of Aleurodicinae, Zootaxa 1835 (1), pp. 1-100: 46-47

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http://doi.org/ 10.11646/zootaxa.1835.1.1

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scientific name

Palaealeurodicus species
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Key to Palaealeurodicus species   – puparia

1. Margin smooth; with 12 pairs of submarginal setae; penultimate pair of compound pores (abdominal segment VII) ring-shaped, without axial processes (Fig. 81) ...................................... indicus   (Regu & David)

- Margin dentate ( Figs 76 View FIGURES 73–76 –78, 80, 82, 83); without, or with only 1–3 (posterior abdominal) pairs of submarginal setae; every compound pore with an acute axial process, even if not extending beyond pore mouth 2

2. With 4 pairs of abdominal compound pores only ( Fig. 76 View FIGURES 73–76 ). ...................................... antidesmae (Corbett)  

- With 5 or 6 pairs of abdominal compound pores..........................................................................................3

3. With 5 pairs of abdominal compound pores (Figs 77, 80, 83).....................................................................4

- With 6 pairs of abdominal compound pores (Figs 78, 82)...........................................................................6

4. All compound pores similar in form and   size (Fig. 83); abdominal segmentation very pronounced into outer subdorsum............................................................................................................. borneensis   sp. nov.

- Abdominal compound pores of two distinctly different sizes (Figs 77, 80); abdominal segmentation less pronounced...................................................................................................................................................5

5. With anteriormost 1 pair of abdominal compound pores much smaller than cephalic pair and other 4 abdominal pairs (Fig. 80).............................................................................................. machili (Takahashi)  

- With anteriormost 3 pairs of abdominal compound pores much smaller than cephalic pair and posteriormost 2 pairs (Fig. 77).............................................................................................. cinnamomi (Takahashi)  

6. Marginal teeth fully separate, their sides not contiguous, margin itself coarsely and regularly dentate (Fig. 78) ................................................................................................................................... holmesii (Maskell)  

- Marginal teeth with their sides contiguous, margin itself with shallow and rather irregular crenulations (Fig. 82) .......................................................................................................................... wallaceus (Martin)