2021
DOI: 10.13057/biodiv/d220738
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Short Communication: First record of the cassava lace bug Vatiga illudens (Drake, 1922) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Tingidae) from East Java, Indonesia

Abstract: Abstract. Puspitarini RD, Fernando I, Setiawan Y, Anggraini D, Rizqi HA. 2021. Short Communication: First record of the cassava lace bug Vatiga illudens (Drake, 1922) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Tingidae) from East Java, Indonesia. Biodiversitas 22: 2870-2876. The cassava lace bug, Vatiga illudens (Drake, 1922) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Tingidae) is recorded from Indonesia for the first time. This species is found on the abaxial surface of leaves of cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz, Euphorbiaceae) in several plan… Show more

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“…This is in line with the research by Cho et al (2020). Morphological identification was carried out following the results of previous publications (Froeschner 1993;Bellon et al 2012;Puspitarini et al 2021). Referring to these morphological characters, the key to identification is the head with a pair of frontal spines (median spine), antennal segment I, and the costal area of the hemelytron.…”
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“…This is in line with the research by Cho et al (2020). Morphological identification was carried out following the results of previous publications (Froeschner 1993;Bellon et al 2012;Puspitarini et al 2021). Referring to these morphological characters, the key to identification is the head with a pair of frontal spines (median spine), antennal segment I, and the costal area of the hemelytron.…”
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“…The adult female has a single groove along the midline of the ventral side of the apical part of the abdomen. The adult male has no groove at the apical part of the abdomen (Figure 6), the morphological character was compared with previously report by Puspitarini et al (2021). Male insects have a distinctive part like nails (claws) at the end of their abdomen (Figure 6B), while females do not have them (Figure 6A).…”
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