2010
DOI: 10.1590/s0073-47212010000300007
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Abstract: ABSTRACT. About Diaspidistis (Hemiptera, Diaspididae) with description of two new species. The genus Diaspidistis

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“…Several apparent pupillarial members of the clade were included by Borchsenius in the Xerophilaspidina: Hovaspis Mamet, Neoparlaspis Hempel, and Vinculaspis Ferris. Other genera that appear to belong to this clade are Diaspidistis Hempel (Wolff & Claps 2010), Felixiella Almeida, Mancaspis Ferris, Neopseudoparlatoria González, Paradiaspis Lahille, and Sakaramyaspis Mamet. We also regard Protodiaspis chinchonae McKenzie as a species of Pseudoparlatoria that lacks perivulvar pores-Pseudoparlatoria chinchonae (McKenzie), new combination-a view similar to that expressed by Takagi (1993).…”
Section: Subfamily Ancepaspidinae Borchseniusmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Several apparent pupillarial members of the clade were included by Borchsenius in the Xerophilaspidina: Hovaspis Mamet, Neoparlaspis Hempel, and Vinculaspis Ferris. Other genera that appear to belong to this clade are Diaspidistis Hempel (Wolff & Claps 2010), Felixiella Almeida, Mancaspis Ferris, Neopseudoparlatoria González, Paradiaspis Lahille, and Sakaramyaspis Mamet. We also regard Protodiaspis chinchonae McKenzie as a species of Pseudoparlatoria that lacks perivulvar pores-Pseudoparlatoria chinchonae (McKenzie), new combination-a view similar to that expressed by Takagi (1993).…”
Section: Subfamily Ancepaspidinae Borchseniusmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This body shape is typical of many species of Aulacaspis Cockerell, but the pygidium of Aulacaspis species is quite different (Takagi 1999). Two Neotropical species of Pseudoparlatoria Cockerell have a body shape and pygidium similar to that of L.monticola (Ferris 1941; Wolff 2001; Wolff and Claps 2008). Nevertheless, species of Pseudoparlatoria invariably lack pores near the anterior spiracles of the adult female.…”
Section: Taxonomymentioning
confidence: 99%