Polish Journal of Entomology (Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne) (2012) 81, 43-47

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Elzbieta Podsiadlo and Anna Mazurkiewicz (2012)
Morphology of the first instar nymph of Leucaspis loewi Colvée (Hemiptera: Coccinea: Diaspididae)
Polish Journal of Entomology (Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne) 81 (1), 43-47
Abstract: The first instar nymph of Leucaspis lowi Colvée is redescribed and illustrated. The sex has not been determined. It has 5-segmented antennae, one trilocular disc pore associated with the anterior spiracle, one pair of well-developed lobes, and fimbriate plates on all abdominal segments. Tibia and tarsus are not fused - they are separated from each other by a septum. A campaniform sensillum is always present at the bases of the tarsi. Dorsal submedian setae are present on each abdominal segment 1-7.
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general biology - morphology - evolution

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Leucaspis lowi Pine (Pinus) Poland