scale insects of the tropical South Pacific region.

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StatementD.J. Williams and Gillian W. Watson.
ContributionsWatson, Gillian W., CAB International. Institute of Entomology.
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The Scale Insects of the Tropical South Pacific Region: Part 2: The Mealybugs (Pseudococcidae) (Cabi Publishing) (Pt. 2) by D. Williams (Author), Gilliam W. Watson (Author). Scale Insects of the Tropical South Pacific Region Pt1 Cabi Ito Paperback – January, by Williams Watson Cabi (Author), G. Watson (Author), D.

Williams (Author)Authors: G. Watson, D. Williams, Williams Watson Cabi. The Scale Insects of the Tropical South Pacific Region: The Mealybugs (Pseudococcidae) Cabi Publishing Part 2 of The Scale Insects of the Tropical South Pacific Region, D.J. Williams.

This third book in a series on scale insects of the tropical South Pacific area is a taxonomic account of the important soft scales (Coccoidea) and species representing 10 other families of the area, information being recorded from specimens examined from all the major world collections of Pacific scale insects and from the economic by: Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

The scale insects of the tropical South Pacific region by D. Williams, D. Williams, Gillian W. Watson,CAB International edition, in EnglishPages: This book provides a taxonomic account of the important pseudococcoids of the tropical South Pacific region and is the second of 3 parts planned for the Coccoidea of the area.

The region comprises Melanesia and Polynesia, ranging from Irian Jaya in the west to Easter Island in the east, with the inclusion of the Micronesian territory of Kiribati and the Australian teritories of Lord Howe Island and Norfolk Island.

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Part 3. The soft scales (Coccidae) and other families: Publication Type: Book: Year of Publication. The scale insects of the tropical South Pacific region. By Williams D.J. and Watson G.W. (Wallingford, UK; CAB International). Part 1. The armoured scales (Diaspididae).

Soft cover £, US$ Americas only. ISBN 0 0. Part 2. The mealybugs (Pseudococcidae). () pp. Soft cover £, US$ Americas only. The scale insects of the tropical South Pacific Region.

Part 1. The armoured scales (Diaspididae). This monograph on the taxonomy of the Diaspididae of the tropical South Pacific Region is the 1st of 3 parts planned for the Coccoidea of the area and is intended to provide agricultural staff who are concerned with pest control and quarantine inspection there with a reliable means of identifying species, as well as encouraging non-specialists to identify and study this destructive group of Cited by: The scale insects of the tropical South Pacific region.

Part 3: the soft scales (Coccidae) and other families [] Williams, D.J. Watson, G.W. (CAB International Institute of Entomology, c/o British Museum - Natural History, Cromwell Road, London, SW7 5BD (United Kingdom))Cited by: The Scale Insects of the Tropical South Pacific Region.

3: The Soft Scales (Coccidae) and Other Families. CAB International Wallingford pp. Notes: Abstract: Keys to 13 families, 42 genera, 81 species; 4 new genera, 15 new.

Williams DJ, Watson GW. () The Scale Insects of the Tropical South Pacific Region. 2: The Mealybugs (Pseudococcidae).

CAB International, Wallingford, pp; Williams DJ, Watson GW. () The Scale Insects of the Tropical South Pacific Region. 3: The Soft Scales (Coccidae) and Other by: 6.

The Scale Insects of the Tropical South Pacific Region. 2: The Mealybugs (Pseudococcidae). CAB International Wallingford, U.K. Notes: Abstract: Keys to 37 genera, 92 species; 3 new genera, 28 new spp.; covers Melanesia, Polynesia from Irian Jaya in the west to Easter Island in the east, Kiribati and the Australian territories of.

As part of an intensive, island-wide survey of scale insects, adult female and immature pulvinariine scale insects were discovered on stems and leaves of native forest trees Pisonia umbellifera and Pi.

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grandis (Nyctaginaceae) in June and representative samples were collected for identification ().The identity of these specimens was confirmed as Pu. urbicola, based on morphological Cited by: 3. This taxonomic account of the armoured scales (Diaspididae) of the tropical South Pacific region is the first of three parts on all the important scale insects (Coccoidea) of the area.

This key was built to help identify pest soft scale insects (Coccidae). The following combination of characters will assist in determining if an unknown scale insect is a soft scale: with two anal plates located lateral of the anal opening; with an anal cleft; usually with stigmatic setae that are differentiated from other marginal setae; tubular ducts, when present, invaginated.

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J Williams (Book) 1 edition published The scale insects of the tropical South Pacific region by D. J Williams. Dumbleton () said that in American Samoa the scale was controlled by introduced Rodolia cardinalis introduced in from Hawaii.

(Dumbleton LJ () Parasites and predators introduced into the Pacific islands for the biological control of insects and other pests. Technical paper. South Pacific Commission,i-vi,   Williams, D.J.

& Watson, G.W. () The scale insects of the tropical South Pacific Region Part 3 The soft scales (Coccidae) and other families. Wallingford, CAB International. Williams, M.L. & Kosztarab, M. () Morphology and systematics of the Coccidae of Virginia with notes on their biology (Homoptera: Coccoidea).Cited by: Scale Insects of the Tropical South Pacific Region Pt1 Cabi Ito Scale Insects Tropical South Pacific Region PT 3 Soft Scales Scorpion Biology and Research Scorpions and Venomous Insects of the Southwest Scorpions of Southern Africa Secret Weapons: Defenses of Insects, Spiders, Scorpions, and Other Many-Legged Creatures.

Currently I am working on a Darwin Initiative project on the scale insects of Kenya. I am helping to put together an encyclopedia on agriculturally important scale insects, and am Masumeh.

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2: The Mealybugs (Pseudococcidae). CAB International, Wallingford, pp. Williams DJ, Watson GW () The Scale Insects of the Tropical South Pacific Region.

Geococcus coffeae Green, Espesye sa insekto ang Geococcus coffeae. Una ning gihulagway ni Green ni adtong Ang Geococcus coffeae sakop sa kahenera nga Geococcus sa kabanay nga Pseudococcidae. Pagka karon wala pay siak nga nalista ubos niini niya.

Ang mga gi basihan niini. Ginharian: Animalia. Aonidiella inormata Borchsenius, Chrysomphalus aurantii Robinson, Espesye sa insekto ang Aonidiella inornata. Una ning gihulagway ni Mckenzie ni adtong Ang Aonidiella inornata sakop sa kahenera nga Aonidiella sa kabanay nga Diaspididae.

Pagka karon wala pay siak Ginharian: Animalia. Coconut scale has been recorded worldwide in tropical and subtropical areas, including China, Southeast Asia, India, Pakistan, Russia, Brazil, Central America and Caribbean, the Pacific Islands, Africa and North America (UK CAB InternationalBennett and AlamTaoClaps et al.

Parasaissetia nigra (Neitner). Taxonomic placing: Insecta, Hemimetabola, Hemiptera, Sternorrhyncha, Coccomorpha, Coccoidea, Coccidae. Common name: Nigra scale. Geographical distribution: Of apparent African origin, this species is now widely distributed in most tropical and subtropical Map #, Host plants: Polyphagous.

Morphology: The flat body (. Tropical cyclones that occur within the Northern Hemisphere to the east of the anti-meridian, are officially monitored by either the National Hurricane Center or the Central Pacific Hurricane Center.

Within the region a tropical cyclone is defined to be a warm cored, non-frontal synoptic disturbance, that develops over tropical or subtropical waters, with organized atmospheric convection and a. An Geococcus coffeae in uska species han Insecta nga ginhulagway ni Green hadton An Geococcus coffeae in nahilalakip ha genus nga Geococcus, ngan familia nga Pseudococcidae.

Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Mga kasarigan. Ginhadi-an: Animalia.Like other soft bodied insects such as aphids, leafhoppers, and mealybugs, scales excrete honeydew.

This sweet and watery excrement is fed on by bees, wasps, ants and other insects which, in turn, may tend and offer protection to scale insects. The honeydew serves as a medium on which a sooty fungus, called sooty mold, grows.Coccus viridis (Green, ) Mga sinonimo; Lecanium viride Green, Lecanium hesperidum Newstead, Lecanium viride Green, An Coccus viridis in uska species han Insecta nga syahan ginhulagway ni Green hadton An Coccus viridis in nahilalakip ha genus nga Coccus, ngan familia nga Coccidae.

Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista Ginhadi-an: Animalia.