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Aleurocanthus spiniferus(ALECSN)

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Marginal teeth of the puparium using light microscope with bright field.

Courtesy: Francesco Porcelli, Università di Bari (IT).

a) general aspect of the mounted puparium; b) submarginal dorsal glands; c) marginal teeth using light microscope with phase contrast; d) posterior end of the puparium.

Courtesy: Francesco Porcelli, Università di Bari (IT).

Citrus aurantium plants infested by Aleurocanthus spiniferus.

Courtesy: Francesco Porcelli, Università di Bari (IT).

One adult male and a mating pair of Aleurocanthus spiniferus with laid eggs on the underside of a mandarin leaf.

Courtesy: Francesco Porcelli, Università di Bari (IT).

Adult female (1.4 mm in length).

Courtesy: M.A. van den Berg, ITSC, Nelspruit, South Africa.

Sooty mould on citrus leaves and fruit.

Courtesy: M.A. van den Berg, ITSC, Nelspruit, South Africa.

Sooty mould on citrus leaves.

Courtesy: M.A. van den Berg, ITSC, Nelspruit, South Africa.

Puparia of Aleurocanthus spiniferus.

Courtesy: Francesco Porcelli, Università di Bari (IT).

Eggs and nymphs.

Courtesy: M.A. van den Berg, ITSC, Nelspruit, South Africa.

Underside of a citrus leaf with numerous Aleurocanthus spiniferus puparia.

Courtesy: Francesco Porcelli, Università di Bari (IT).