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1 ECNICA SERES Nso. 16.

U. S. DEPARTMENTF AGRICULTURE,


L. 0. HO ARD. Entoooist and Chief of Bureau.




I~PPERS ON COCCIDA~j OR SCALE INSE0rIWs.








CONTENTS AND INDEX X













ISSUED) FEBRUARY 7, 1921.

























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TECHNICAL SERIES No. 16.

U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
BTUREA3JU OF ENTOIMOLOG-Y.
L. O. HOWARD. Entomologist and Chief of Bureau.





PAPERS ON COCCIDIE OR SCALE INSECTS.




I. THE NATIONAL COLLECTION OF COCCIDE.
By C. L. MARLATT, Entomologist and Assistant Chief of Bureau.

II. NEW SPECIES OF DIASPINE SCALE INSECTS.
By C. L. MARLATT, Entomologist and Assistant Chief of Bureau.

III. CATALOGUE OF RECENTLY DESCRIBED COCCIDE-II.
By J. G. SANDERS. Assistant. IV. CATALOGUE OF RECENTLY DESCRIBED COCCIDE-III.
By E. R. SASSCER, Scientific Assistant. V. THE GENUS FIORINIA IN THE UNITED STATES.
By E. R. SASSCER, Scientific Assistant. VI. CATALOGUE OF RECENTLY DESCRIBED COCCIDE-IV.
By E. R. SASSCER, Scicntific Assistant. VII. AN INDEX TO CATALOGUES OF RECENTLY DESCRIBED COCCIDA.
By E. R. SASSCER, Scientific Assistant.

























WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
1921.























BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY

L 0. HOWARD, Entomnologist ad Chief qf Bueu
C. L. MARLATT, Entomoloqst and Assitn Chiefeof Bueu E. 1B. O'LEARY, Assi.stant to Chief.
A. J. LEISTER, Chief Clerk.
ROLLA P. CURRIE, Editor.
MABEL COLwORD, Librain

W. D. HuNTER, Entomologist in Charge of Sotdltern 9 F44-Crop Insc Inetgios W. R. WALTON, Entomologist -in Charge of' Cereal and Forag Insc Investgato A. Li. QUAI&TANCE, Entomologist in Charge of Fruit Insect Investigatins F. H. CHITTENDEN, Entomologist in Charge of Thuck-C.,rop Insect Inetgtos E. A. BACK, Entomologist lin Charge of Stored-Product Insect Inetgios A. D. HOPKINS, Forest Entomologist in Charge of Forest Insect Invesiatos E. F. PHILLIPS, Apiculturist in Chairge of Bee Culltre Investigations. A. F. BURGESS, Entomologist in Charne of Gipsy Moth and Brown-Tail Moth Ivsi
gations.
















CONTENTS.

Page.
THE NATIONAL COLLECTION OF COCCIDA ...................... C. L. Marlatt.. 1
Historical summary................................................... 1
Recent work of the Bureau .......................................... 4
Preservation of material ......................................... 5
The slide collection............................................. 5
Recent additions and present status ................................... 6
Methods of study................................................... 7
The work of the future............................................... 9
A plea for the deposit of types........................................ 10
NEW SPECIES OF DIASPINE SCALE INSECTS .................... C. L. M1arlatt. 11
Introductory........................................................... 11
Aspidiotus (s. str.) comnperei ............................................. 12
Aspidiotus (s. str.) meyeri.............................................. 13
Aspidiotus (Aonidiella) cocotiphagus ................................... 14
Aspidiotus (Diaspidiotus) africanus .................................... 15
Aspidiotus (Diaspidiotus) courseti ...................................... 20
Aspidiotus (Diaspidiotus) transcaspiensis ................................ 21
Aspidiotus (Hemiberlesia) epig ex ....................................... 21
Aspidiotus (Hemiberlesia) mitchelli..................................... 22
Aspidiotus (Hemiberlesia) popularum .................................... 23
Aonidia juniperi.................................................... 24
Aspidiotus (Targionia) chenopodii ..................................... 24
Chionaspis micropori................................................. 25
Leucaspis indica...................................................... 26
Mytilaspis chilopsidis.................................................. 27
Parlatoria mangifer ................................................... 28
Parlatoria pyri....................................................... 29
-Parlatoria chinensis................................................... 30
CATALOGUE OF RECENTLY DESCRIBED COCCIDE-II ........... J. G. Sanders. 33
Subfamily Monophlebinm ............................................. 33
Subfamily Margarodine ............................................... 34
Subfamily Ortheziine ................................................. 35
Subfamily Conchaspin ............................................ 35
Subfamily Dactylopiine ............................................. 35
Subfamily Tachardiinia ............................................. 43
Subfamily Coccin ................................................. 43
Subfamily Diaspine ................................................ 48
Abbreviations of literature .......................................... 59
CATALOGUE OF RECENTLY DESCRIBED COCCID.E-III...........E. R. Sasscer.. 61
Subfamily Monophlebinam ........................................... 61
Subfamily Dactylopiine .......................................... 62
Subfamily Coccine ................................................... 65
Subfamily Diaspine ............................................... 68
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Tuz GEus FioINIA IN THE TIED STTES ........ E .Sser.7

Desciption of the genue oii .................... 75
FPiorinia ihee Greefl . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . 7
Piorinia fiorini Targioni Tozzetti.................... 7
Forinia florinix minor MIaskeI1 ..................... 79-F iornaftorinix japonica Kuwaia .................. 8
CATALOGUE 01'RECENTLY DESCRIBED COCCIDE-IV ......E .Sser.8
Subfami Monophle n....... ............ 8

SufamilyD acty ii op............................
Sub a iy Tac1iardiinae. . . . . . . . . . . . 8
S u b l oc i ne. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 8

AN INDEX TO CATALOGUES OF RECENTLY DESCRIBED OCDEINLEDN
TECHNI,-CAL SERIES NOS. I2AN D1 ...... ........E R.Sscr- 9)














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ILLUSTRATIONS.

Page.
PLATE I. Anal plates of new scale insects. Fig. 1.-Aspidiotus (s. str.) comperei. Fig. 2.-Aspidiotus (s. str.) meyeri ........................ 12
II. Anal plates of new scale insects. Fig. 1.-Aspidiotus (Aonidiella)
cocotiphagus. Fig. 2.-Aspidiotus (Aonidiella) cocotiphagus........ 14
III. Anal plates of new scale insects. Fig. 1.-Aspidiotus (Diaspidiotus)
africanus. Fig. 2.-Aspidiotus (Diaspidiotus) coursetix ........... 14
IV. Anal plates of new scale insects. Fig. 1.-Aspidiotus (Diaspidiotus)
transcaspiensis. Fig. 2.-Aspidiotus (lmiberlesia) epigxx ....... 22
V. Anal plates of new scale insects. Fig. 1.-Aspidiotus (Hemiberlesia)
mitchelli. Fig. 2.-Aspidiotus (Hemiberlesia) popularum .......... 22
VI. Anal plates of new scale insects. Fig. 1.-Aonidia juniperi. Fig.
2.-Aspidiotus (Targionia) chenopodii ........................... 24
VII. Anal plates of new scale insects. Fig. 1.-Chionaspis micropori.
Fig. 2.-Leucaspis indica...................................... 26
VIII. Anal plates of new scale insects. Fig. 1.-Mytilaspis chilopsidis.
Fig. 2.-P?crlatoria mangifer .................................... 28
IX. Anal plates of new scale insects. Fig. 1.-Parlatoria pyri. Fig. 2.Parlatoria chinensis............................................. 30
X. Anal plate of Fiorinia the ........................................ 76
XI. Fig. 1.-Fiorinia them on leaf o'f Camellia. Fig. 2.-Fiorinia them on
leaf of Camellia .............................................. 76
XII. Anal plate of Fiorinia fiorinix.................................. 80
XIII. Anal plate of Fiorinia fiorinix minor ........................... 80





ERRATA.


Page 59, line 47, for Abzate read Alzate. Page 80, line 16, for Appolonias read Apollonias Page 85, line 8, for chrysolepsis read chrysolepis.








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INDEX.

Page.
Aberernoa rhizantha, host of Gymnaspis aberemo-............................. 70
Abies, infested by Aspidiotus meyeri ......................................... 11
Abies pectinata, host of Lecanium sericeum ................................. 46
Abies sp., host of Aspidiotus meyeri ........................................ 14, 53
Abies veitchi, .host of Fiorinia fiorinix japonica ............................. 82
Acacia arabicahost of Aonidia glandulosa.......................................... 91
host of Ceroplastes africanus senegalensis ............................. 44
host of Lecaniodiaspis africanus .................................... 84
host of Pseudococcus perniciosus ..................................... 65
host of Walkeriana cinerea.......................................... 34
Acacia arabica var. niloticahost of Antonina (?) africana........................................ 43
host of Aonidia glandulosa............................................ 56
Acacia cavenia, host of Tachardia argentina.................................. 42
Acacia horrida, host of Aspidiotus (Diaspidiotus) africanus.................. 16, 17, 51
Acacia (see also Robinia pseudacacia)host of Aspidiotus armatus.......................................... 83
host of Icerya longisetosa.............................................. 84
host of Pseudococcus coccineus......................................... 64
Acacia salicina, host of Crypthemichionaspis nigra............................. 91
Acacia sp., host of Pseudaonidia junctiloba ................................. 54
Acacia tortilis, host of Ceroplastes africanus senegalensis....................... 44
Acioa pallescens, host of Aspidiotus undulatus ............................... 70
Adenochlana zeylanica, host of Inglisia castillow ............................. 88
Adiantum sp., host of Ripersia grandulifera..................................... 87
Adiscofiorinia, characters of subgenus ..................................... 75
Agelaiafragrans, host of Pseudaonidia gracilis............................... 54
Aglaia minutiflorahost of Aonidia viridis............................................... 92
host of Lepidosaphes travancorensis ................................... 95
Albizzia lebbekhost of Ceroplastes subsphwricus...................................... 88
host of Pseudococcus perniciosus...................:................. 65
Albizzia stipulata, host of Tachardia albizzi............................... 87
Almond, host of Aspidiotus africanus...................................... 18, 51
Alnus glutinosa, host of Targionia alni.-.................................... 55
Alocasia macrorica, host of Pseudococcus longipes ............................ 41
Aloe eru, host of Aspidiotus mammillaris ................................... 93
Alyssum mediterraneum, host of Macrocerococcus superbus..................... 38
"Amakebe," host of Ceroplastes ugandx .................................... 88
Anacardiaceae, host of Aspidiotus replicatus ................................ 70
Anameftortnia, characters of subgenus ..................................... 75
Anona muricata, host of Ceroplastes quadrilineatus........................... 66
25171-21- 2 117






18PAPERS ONt COGCID2E OR. SCALENECS


Antheritm n acaule, host of Fiorinia fiorini .................. 8
Antigonon, host of Pulvinaria anti ....................... 4
Antirhin~umn latfoium, host of Macrocerococcus superbuts.....j>.......... 3
Ants. (See' Aphenogaster testaceo-pilosus, Gampenotus sp., Creatgsr
rogenhoferi, Pheidole pallidula, Solenopsis sp., Tapinom erratcu.
Aoid iarh fDiaf ahstof liasruloides ..............,.~.......
Aomidia juniperi, description.. .. .. ... .... .... .. 2
Apheinus, parasite of San Jose scale ..................... 3
Aphenogaster testaceo-pilosit., associated with J'seudococc us (?) cycliger.... 4 Apollonias canar iT48 8host of Aspidiotits ltixretorttin .. . . . . . . . . . 9
host of Cryp tasp idiotuas aonidioides ................... 92
host of Fioriniafiorinix . . .. . . .. .. . . .. .. 8
Apple (see also Pyrus matus)-host of Aspidiotus (Diaspidiotts) afrimanits ............... 75
host of Lecaniumr giandi . . . . . . . . . . . 4
host of Parlatoria pyri -.. . . . . .. . . .. ... i11Y5
Apricot, host of Aspidiotus (Diaspidiotus) africanus---------------------....1,51
Aratia, host of Fioriniaforinix ....... ........ ......... ........ ......-Arbutus, trailing. (See Epigaxa repens.) Arbutus unedo, host of Targionia 'vitis arbutus---------------------------... 71
Aretostaphylos viscida, host of Aspidiotus arctostaphyfli ............6
Areca area, host of Fioriniafiorinix .................... 8
Argyranthemum frutescenho st of Aspi di otius canariensis-------------------------------..... 9
host of Pseudococcts aridorum................................... 8
Artemisia californica, host of Pseudococcus artertsix---------------..... 4
Arterisia sp., host of Eriococeuts catalina3----------------------------.... 3
Arthrocnernur rnacrostachyum, host of Chkmnaspis arthrocnemi.......... 8 Artocar pus integmifolia, host of Monaphiebus stebbingi octocaudata----------.. 3
Artocar pus sp., hios.t of (Jryptoparlatorea uLberif era------------......... 9
Arundinaria sp.host of Aclerda distorta . .. .. . . . . . . . . 6
host of Asterotecanium flavociliaturn--------------------------.....- 6
host of Asterolecaniurnlanceolatum-------------------------..... 6
host of Asterolecanium. udibundum------------------------..... 6
Aspidiotiphagus citrinus, parasite of Fioriniafiorinx------------------... 8
Aspidiotus africanus, importance......... .............. 1
Aspidiotus (Aonidiella) aurantii, relation -to Aspidiotus (Aonidiella) coootipau 15 Aspidiotus (Aorndielia) cocotiphagus, description...............145
Aspidiotus cawelliax, similarity to Aspidiotus cornperei----------------.... 1
Aspi di otus (Chrysomphalus) dictyospermi, relation to Aspi dlotus (Amidiella) cocotiphaguts..............*................................. 1
Aspi di otus cocotiphagus, danger from .................................. 1
Aspidiotus cornperei, description ......................................123
Aspidiotus destructor, similarity to Aspi di otus cornperei~ ................. 1
Aspi di otus (Diaspidiotus) africanus, description----------------------.... -1
Asptdiotus (Diaspidiotuts) coursetix, description-----------------------. '2
Aspidiotu~s (Diaspidiotus) transcaspiensts, description ............. 2
Aspidiotus (Hemiberlesia) epigwxe, description-----------------------....21-2
Aspi di otus (Hernibertesta) mitchelli, description---------- ................. 2-2
Aspidiatus (Jierniberlesia) popularum, description-----------------...... 3-2






INDEX. 119

Aspidiotus meyeri- Page.
description................................... ...................... 13-14
host plant............ :.............................................. 11
Aspidiotus subsimilis, relation to Aspidiotus (Diaspidiotus) coursetic ............ 20
Aspidiotus (Targionia) chenopodii, description ............................. 24-25
Atalanta zeylanica, host of Fiorinia atalantie ............................... 50
Atica obscura, host of Ischnaspis spathulata. ............................... 95
Atriplex canescens, host of Atriplicia gallicola ............................... 37
Atriplex lampahost of Ceroplastes breviseta.......................................... 88
host of Eriococcus parcispinosus...................................... 85
host of Luzulaspis spinulosa ........................................ 87
host of Orthezia varipes............................................. 84
Averrhoa carambola, host of Inglisia conchiformis.............................. 68
Azadirachta indica, host of Lecaniodiaspis azadiracht.......................... 63
Baccharis rosmarinifo liahost of Cerococcus badius............................................ 84
host of Lecanium resinatum............................................ 67
Baxckia pinifolia, host of Fiorinia neo-caledonica ............................. 91
Bahia sp.host of Eriococcus bahi ............................................. 37
host of Orthezia californica .......................................... 35
Balanites (Agiatida) agyptiaca, host of Houardia troglodytes.................... 47
Balanites sp., host of Aspidiotus vuilleti .................................... 53
Bamboo (see also Dendrocalamus sp.)host of Asterolecanium exiguum...................................... 62
host of Asterolecanium tenuissimum..................................... 63
host of Asterolecanium tumidum ..................................... 63
host of Asterolecanium udagam .................................. 63
host of Fiorinia fiorinixz............................................. 80
host of Pseudococcus (?) tak .......................................... 41
Bambusa sp., host of Asterolecanium rubrocomatum .......................... 63
Bandeirxa speciosa, host of Pseudaonidia silvatica ............................ 54
"Banian" tree. (See Ficus sp.)
Baobabrinde, host of Pseudococcus obtusus.................................... 86
Bark-tree, African. (See Ficus sp.)
Barteria fistulosa, host of Stictococcus formicarius ............................. 64
Bay, host of Fiorinia forini .............................................. 80
Berlinia, host of Lepidosaphes chitinosus...................................... 71
Betula glandulosa, host of Pulvinaria occidentalis subalpina .................... 66
Billartia officinalis, host of Aonidia picea ................................... 56
Bletia sp., host of Chrysomphalus portoricensis................................ 70
Bocagea obliqua, host of Lecaniodiaspis malaboda ............................ 63
"Bois la fumee," host of Ceroplastes tenuitectus............................... 44
Bosquiea cerasiflora, host of Aspidiotus fissidens pluridentatus ................. 93
Boswellia, host of Phenacoccus iceryoides .................................... 39
Brachystegia randii, host of Aspidioproctus maximus .......................... 83
Bulvesia retanahost of Dinaspis lahillei............................................... 95
host of Icerya subandina.......................................... 84
Bunch-grass, host of Ripersiella kelloggi..................................... 41
Cacaohost of Ceroplastes bussei............................................. 44
host of Palmococcus theobrom ......................................... 34






120, PAPERS ON COCCIDE OR SCALE ISCS

Cacao--Continued.pae
host of 1'ulvinaria jacksoni ...................... .... 44,,,,,,,
host of Stictococcus dimwrphu ...................... 6
Cactacem. See Ojntntiaficus-indica and 0. aratiaca.) Cajanus indicus host of Ceroplastodes chiton ..................45'6
Callitris quadrivalvis, host of Cryptaspidiotus 71irrnus.
Calluna vulgarishost of Asjptc1otits bavaricus ......... ....... e ... .... 9
host of Lecanium pulchrum.. ......... ........... 4
Camelliahost of Fiorinia ftorinix .... . . . . .. .. ... . . 8

Camnellia japonica, host of Fiorinia them...................... 7
Cam ponotus sp., nests infested with Pseudococcus myrmecarius.....*"**.. 4 Campytanthus solsoloides, host of Targionte (?') campyanthi............ 94
Capparis orrida, ho tPhenacoccus iceryoide.................~.. ... 3
Cars asp., hostoof Cooccusornat.................... ..... 6
Carys.osto rnatas .h s o Fo iahem ....................... 7
Casaflorbunda, hostof Cio spis cassie ..............................-Cassia sp., host of C'eroplastodes chiton------------------------------.... 6
Castilloa elasticahost of Ingliia.catillox .... ..... ...... ..... ..... ...... ..... ...-hosat of Pseudococcus crot onis----------------------------....... 8
Casuarina glauca, host of Aonidia (?) paradoxa................ 9
Catalogue of recently described Coccidoe-------------------....33-60,61-74,839
Cecropia adeno pus, host of Lacrniella cecropiw ...........................408
Celtis mauritiana, host of Fioriniafiorinix ............................... 8
Celtis occidentais, host of Targonia celtis................... 7
Celtis sinensis, host of Coccus celtium--------------------------...... .6
Cercidium andicolum, host of Ceroplastes subrotundus ............. 8
Cereus, host of Aspidiotus eglandulosus ................................. 5
Cetarach officinais, host of Macrocerococcus superbus....................... 3
Chaff scale. (See Parlatoria pergandei.) Chamxrops humuli, host of Fioriniafiorni--------------------Chenopodiurnhost of Aspidiotus (Targicrnia) chenopodii.......................... 5
host of Targionia chenopodi.................................... 5
Chermes arec, synonym of Fiorinia ftorinix .............................-Chilocorus bivunerus, enemy of Fiorinia them ........................... 7
Chilopsis lineari3host of Lepidosaphes chilopsidis................................... 5
probable host of M3ytikzspis chilopsidis ............................-Chionaspis micropori, description--------------------------------...... -2
Christ's thorli. (See Zizyphus sprnachmisti.) Chrysophyllum stuhlrnanii, host of Aspi diotus ft ssi dens pluridentatus ........ 9 Cinnamomum zeylanicum, host of Aulacaspis tubercularis................... 4
Citronella grass, host of Lecanium tenuivalvatum ............... 8
Citrus, host of Fiorinia them... . . . . . . .. .. . ... 7
Citrus sp.host of Pulvinaria ixorx ... .. . ... - ---- - 6
host of Talcahashia citricola ..................................... 6
Citrus trifoliata, host of Aspidiotus (4omidiella) cocotiphagus ............... 1.
Clusia sp., host of Gyrnaspis clusix ......--.........-.....------------. 5
Cneorum pulverulentum, host of Chionaspis canariensis .................... 8






INDEX. 121

Page.
Coccidae, national collection............................................ 1-10
(See also National collection of Coccide.)
Cocoanut (see also Cocos nucifera)host of Asterolecanium lineare....................................... 35
infested by Aspidiotus cocotiphagus ................................. 11
Cocoanut palm--host of Chionaspis inday.............................................. 48
host of Fiorinia fiorinix .............................................. 80
host of Paralecanium cocophyllx ...... ........................ .... 47
Cocos nuciferahost of Aspidiotus (Aonidiella) cocotiphagus .......................... 15, 51
host of Aspidiotus varians............................................. 94
host of Chrysomphalus propsimus...................................... 55
host of Cryptaspidus nucum........................................... 91
host of Lepidosaphes mcgregori ...................................... 57
host of Lepidosaphes unicolor........................................ 58
host of Parlatoria greeni............................................. 58
'Codixum variegatum, host of Pseudococcus crotonis............................ 86
Cofea arabicahost of Asterolecanium coffee .......................................... 84
host of Cerococcus ornatus........................................... 63
Coffea, host of Ceroplastes vinsonioides ..................................... 88
Coffee, Liberianhost of Coccus hesperidum javanensis................................... 45
host of Pseudococcus cofex............................................ 40
Coleus, host of Pseudococcus citri coleorum .................................. 40
Connarum smeathmanni, host of Diaspis africana ............................ 68
Copaifera guibourtiana (?), host of Chionaspis vuilleti ........................ 48
Cordalia lineata, host of Tachardia cordali ................................. 87
Cotton. (See Gossypium sp.)
Cottonwood (see also Populus sp.)host of Aspidiotus (Hemiberlesia) popularum ........................... 23
Coursetia glandulosa, host of Aspidiotus (Diaspidiotus) courseti .............. 20, 52
Crab-apple, host of Parlatoria chinensis..................................... 31
Cremastogaster near kneri, associated with Houardia troglodytes ................ 47
Cremastogaster rogenhoferi, attending Phenacoccus hirsutus .................... 39
"Croton," host of Lepidosaphes auriculata................................... 56
Croton lacciferum, host of "Tachardia albizzi ................................. 87
Croton majesticum, host of Lepidosaphes serrifrons............................. 57
Croton tiglium, host of Pulvinaria burkilli ................................. 43
Croton undulatum, host of Lepidosaphes serrifrons............................ 57
Croton, variegate dl. (See Codixum variegatum.)
Crudia zenkerihost of Aonidia biafrx ............................................. 70
host of Lepidosaphes crudi.............. ....... ...................... 72
Cupressus, host of Fiorinia fiorini ......................................... 80
Cupressus macrocarpahost of Pseudococcus cupressi.......................................... 40
host of Sphxrococcus cupressi ......................................... 85
host of Xylococcus macrocarpa....................................... 35
Cuviera angolensis, host of Stictococcusformicarius ............................ 64
Cybocephalus nigritulus, enemy of Fiorinia thex ............................. 79
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122 PAPERS ON COCCID2E OR SCALE INSECTS.


Cyclostemorn bipindensis, host of Ischnaspis bipendensi............. 7
(Jycas cireinalis, host of Fiorinia riniin........... ........... 8
CyCa8 revoluta, host of Fiorinia fiorinie .................. 98
Cynodon sp., host of Margarodes medi e ra.................. 3
Cynonmtra sphost of Aonidia biafrx .... .. .. . . .. . . .. .. 7
host of Diaspis limnuloides ..... . . .. . . . . . . 6
host of Lepidosaphes aberrans ..................... 7
host of Lepidosaphes tenuior ---..A.. . . . . ... . .. 72
Cytisus filiper, host of Chionaspis canariensis---------------------------- 8
Cyti'sus prolifer var. palmensis, host of Pseudococcus aridorum-----------86
Dactyl-s glomnerata, host of (7eroputo volynzicus------------------------------.. 39
Dalbergia sissu, host of MVono phIebus stebbingi octocaudata---------------------.33
Date palm, host of Sphwrococcus draperi -------------------------------- 3
Date-palm scale. (See Parlatoria blanchardi.) Davallia sp., host of Lepidosaphes ocellata-------------------------------... 57
Dendrocalamius giganteus, host of Asterolecanium coronatum-------------------.. 62
Dendrocalamius sp., host of Asterolecanium iiaris robusta--------------------- 35
Diaspinae, order followed in describing-------------------8
Diaspis ftorinie, synonym of Fiorinia ftoriix .............................. 79
Dichapetalum sp., host of Aspidiotus miiandrius----------------69
Disticklis sp., host of Eriococeus salinus----------------------------------... 85
Dracwna dracohost of Aspidiotus lauretorum----------------------93
host of Aspi'diotus tinerfensis-------------------------94
Dracx~na indivisa, host of Firnafoi~----------------80
Dracxena sp.. host of Phenacaspis tan gana------------------90
Ekretia cymnosa, host of Aspidiotus replicatus------------------70
Elder. (See &imrbucuts g~lauca.)
Elymus condeuisatus, host of JRipersia sithii-------------------------65
Ephedra altissi mahost of Aspidiotus trabti----------------------------------------..... 53
host of Stotz-ia striua.............................-....--------------44
Ephedra antdina, host of Diniaspis ......---------------------------------95
Ephedra corsoniiana, host of Leucaspis ephedrax------------------50
Ephedra intermedia, host of Parlatori ephedrae-----------------------95
Ephiedra nebiodeinsis, host of Parlatoria ephedrx ............................... 95
Ephedra nebiodensis var. procera, host of Parlatoria ephedrx .................... 95
Eptgxa repens, host of Aspidiotus (Ilemiberlesia) epigxx-------------------..22,652
Erica arborea, host of Diaspis(?) ericicola----------------------------------... 48
Erica tetralix, host of Aspidiotus bavaricue------------------92
Eriogonum stellatum, host of EIiococC-u8 ezgn--------------85
Erythrina lithosperma, host of Pseudococcus erotonis-----------------88
Euphorbia aphylla, host of Aspidiotus taorensis------------------------.... 9
Euphorbiaceahost of Dias pie conservans-----------------------------..... ------ 6
host of Pseudaonidiaferox-------------------------------------..... 54
Euphorbia regisjubwhost of Aspidiotus taorens&s------------------------------------...... 94
host of Diaspis barrancorum------------------------------------.... 90
Euphorbia syxhost of Aspidiotusfissus--------------------------host of Aspidiotus tectarius-----------------------






INDEX. 123

Euphorbia sp.-Continued. Page.
host of Cryptaspidiotus austro-afrscanus------------------------------................................. 92
host of Pseudaonidia magna............................................ ---------------------------------------54
Euphorbia virosa, host of Aspidiotus euphorbi................................ -----------------------------93
Eurya ochnacea, host of Coccus ochnacex..................................... -----------------------------------67
Fabiana denudatahost of Ceroplastes longiseta---------------------------------------........................................... 88
host of Targioniafabian............................................... -----------------------------94
Ferns, food plant of Fiorinia fiorinix ........................................ 80
Festuca sp., host of Trionymus californicus--------------------------------.................................... 86
Ficus bengalensis, host of Monophlebus stebbingi octocaudata....... 33
Ficus caricahost of Eriococcus lagerstremix ....................................... 37
host of Monophlebus stebbingi octocaudata .............................. 33
Ficus elastica, host of Fiorinta fiorinix ........................................ 80
Ficus glomeratahost of Hemichionaspis fici............................................ ----------------------------------------49
host of Monophlebus stebbingi octocaudata .............................. 33
Ficus indica, host of Pseudaonidia silvatica................................... 54
Ficus infectoria, host of Monophlebus stebtingi octocaudata ..................... 33
Ficus religiosa, host of Monophlebus stebbingi o(tocaudata ....................... 33
Ficus sp.host of Ceroplastes ficus .............................................. 65
host of Ceroplastes govdeyi---------------------------------------- ............................................. 88
host of Ceroplastes quadrilineatus ....................................... 66
host of Chionaspis manni .............................................. 48
host of Fiorinia fiorinix .............................................. 80
host of IIcmichionaspis minima ........................................ 49
host of Lecaniodiaspis africana ......................................... 84
host of Pulvinaria jacksoni ............................................ 44
Fig, host of Aspidiotus (Diaspidiotus) ofricavus................... ---- 16, 17, 18, 19, 51
Filicium decipiens, host of Tachardia alizzi-------------------------------................................. 87
Fiorinia, article ............................................................ 75-82
Fiorinia camellia, synonym of Fiorinia floriniw .............................. 76
Fiorinia fiorinixbibliography ........................................................ 79
description.......................................................... 80-81
discussion of synonymy ............................................... 79-80
distribution .......................................................... 80
enem ies............................................................ 80
hosts................................................................ 80
hosts------------------------------80
in table of species.................................................-----------------------------------------------... 76
Fiorinia fiorinix japonicabibliography........................................................ 81
description .......................................................... 82
in table of species----------------------------------------------................................................... 76
Fiorinia florinix var. camellia, synonym of Fiorinia them ---------------------..................... 77
Fiorinia fiorinix var. minor, comparison with Fiorinia fiorini ................ 79-80
Fiorinia palm, synonym of Fiorinia fiorinix ---------------------------................................. 79
Fiorinia pellucida, synonym of F. fiorinix. --------------------------------- 79
Fiorinia, generic characters-----------------------------------------................................................. 75-76
Fiorinia thembibliography ........................................................ 76
distribution .......................................................... 78






124 PAPERS ON COCCID OR SCAL NSCS

Piorinia thecre-Continued. Ia

e i s- e- - -- - - -- - -- - - -- - -- --.
fem ale -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 7
food plants ... . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . 7


scale of male ............................. 77
Fiscus sp., host of Tachardia ion gisetosa ................. ........ 8
Fumnaria major, host of Macrocerocoeus superbus ............... 3
Fungus, associated with Phenacaspis lutea ................... q
Furcrxa gigantia, host of Aspidiotus furcra-eicola................ 9
Garcinia sp. host of Fiornafonnhix............................. 80,,,
Oeioaiuim krnceolatuwn, host of Inglisia chelonioides............... 6
Gigantochloa aspera, host of Asterolecanium? leoronatumi............. 6
Gleditsia triacanthos, host of Aspidiotus (Diaspidiotus) africanus........1,85 Gtnetm leyboldi, host of Pseudo parlatoria crist at a............... 7
Gn-etuma sea ndens, host of Parlatoria ha stata a.................. 9
Gossypiur-n hirsutm), host of Ileichioniaspis fi................ 4
fGossypium ep.host of 36oocs iic
host of Psewdoc-o(cus perniosus.................................... 6
Gourlica deco ctican~s, host of Pseudococcus percerosuis.............. 8
Grasses (Gramninace)host of OrtheZia miartelli.3
host of Phen)acoccu.s grm3ic9 GXrass (s'ee also Disticklis sp)host of Odisi ,,...-,,..,,56
host of Pseudococc-us aridlorum.................................... 8
host, of JMhlkecriana aifricana .......................................... 6
Grewria ierocos, host of l~nglisia castillo... .......... 8
Grewvia sp., host of Fioriia tomfida. 51...............*...
Ground laurel. (See Epigaea repens.) Guava. (See Psidium gttava.)
"Gum-trees, host of Ceronemna cauidata.................... 4
Gymtnospomia casst .nozideshost of Aspi diotus gyatnnospori................................... 9
host of Aspidiotuis laoretorum ...... .. .. .. .. .. .... 9
Gymnnosporia montana, host of Coccits gyminospori. .........-...............~... 4
Hakeca gibbosa, host of Paixrococcus rosx, australis .........-................... 34
Hlakec sp., host of Aspidiotuis co nperei -* ......................1315
Ilaloxylo& ammodendron, host of Pul'vinaria Oriemtalis ........................ 44
"Hariali "grass, host of Antonina indica..............................--- 4
Ilarogana madagascariensis, host of Inglisia conchformis -------------------- 6
lar pullia cutpanioides, host of Tachardia albizzix........................---- 8
Iffeberdenzia excelsa, host of Aspidiotus lauretorum........................--- 9
Iledera helix canariensis, host of Aspidiofs lauretorum------------- 9
Hedera helix, host of Fiorinia ftorrn e ---------------------------------------- 80
llelianthemum7 koahiricum, host of Cerococcuts eremobius ------------- 3
Helicteres isora, host of Cerococcus indicus ----------------------------------- 6
Hemlock, Japanese (see also Tsuga ep.)host of Fioriniafiorini,-japonica.................................. 8






INDEX. 125

Hevea brasiliensis- Page.
host of Asterolecanium pustulans seychellarum ......................... 62
host of Lepidosaphesfasciata......................................... 94
Hibiscus, host of Parlatoria chinensis........... ............................ 31, 58
Hibiscus liliflorus, host of Cerococcus hibisci ................................. 36
Honey locust. (See Gleditsia triacanthos.)
Hyalis argentea, host of Pseudococcus mendozinus .......................... 86
Hypericum coris, host of Aspidiotus privignus ............................... 53
Ilex canariensis, host of Aspidiotus lauratorum ................................ 93
Ilex platyphylla, host of Aspidiotus lauretorum .............................. 93
Ilex sp.host of Aulacaspis penzigi .......................................... 49
host of Palwococcus pulcher................... ....................... 34
host of Pinnaspis javanica........................................... 49
Illigera pentophylla, host of Aspidiotus replicatus ............................ 70
Index to catalogues of recently described Coccida ......................... 99-116
Japanese quince, host of Fiorinia forini. ................................. 80
Juglans regia, host of Pseudococcus bakeri ................................. 64
Juniperus bermudiana, host of Fiorinia juniperi ............................ 51
Juniperus communis, host of Pseudococcus vovx ............................ 41
Juniperus phceniceahost of Cryptaspidiotus mediterrancus ................................. 71
host of Diaspis atlantica............................................. 90
Juniperus sp., host of Aonidia juniperi.................................... 24, 56
Juniperus virginiana, host of Pseudococcus juniper .......................... 40
Jujube, host of Parlatoria chinensis......................................... 31
Justicia alba, host of Chionaspis longispina ................................. 89
Kentia belmoreana, host of Fiorinia fiorinixv ............................... 79, 80
Kentia, host of Fiorinia florinix ............................................. 79
Kentiafosteriana, host of Fiorinia fiorinim .................................... 80
Kieffer pear, infested by Aspidiotus (Diaspidiotus) africanus.................. 18
"Kxuibes," host of Monophlebus africanus .................................. 83
Lagerstremia indica, host of Eriococcus lagerstremix .......................... 37
Landolphia sp., host of Tachardia albizzix. .................................. 87
Larix sp., host of Fiorinia fiorinix .......................................... 80
Larrea cuneatahost of Birchippia americana......................................... 85
host of Ceroplastes irregularis........................................ 88
host of Gymnococcus lahillei......................................... 85
host of Lecanium elegans............................................ 89
host of Protargionia larrew ............................................ 94
Larrea divaricatahost of Birchippia americana .......................................... 85
host of Gymnococcus lahillei .......................................... 85
host of Lecanium elegans............................................ 89
host of Protargionia larrex ............................................ 94
Lasius flavus, associated with Ripersia formicarii ............................ 42
Lauraces, hosts of Aspidiotus lauretorum..................................... 93
La rn is canariensishost of Aspidiotus lauretorum ........................................ 93
host of Cryptaspidiotus aonidioides.................................... 92
host of Pulvinaria plana.............................................. 87
Lawsonia alba, host of Walkeriana cinerea .................................. 34
Lebbek. (See Albizzia lebbek.)






126 PAPERS ON 0000D7 OR~ SCALE INSC .


Ledum grerdlandicum, host of Pseudoeoccus ledi ................ 8
Lepidium draba, host of Macrocerococcus super bus.. ............ 3
ILepidosaphe8 lasianthi, associated with Fioriniaz thex .............. 78
Leptospermum; host of Fiorinia ftorinix ................... 80
Leucaspis indicaattacking, m ango .. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . 1
description ------------------------------ 62
Licula, host of Fiorinia florinix . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Li'vistona, host of Fiorinia fiTo iniT ............ ....... ....... ....... .....-Lorantthus sp.-host of D iaspis barberi .. . . . . . .. . . . ... 4
host of Lepidosaphes kam tuensis-- -- --------------- 7
Lorarnthus undulatus var. sagitttf~olius, host of Diaspis parva.......... 9
Lotuts, host of Macrocerococus superbus------------------------------. 3
Iiyeium chilensehost of Pultvinaria argetitina-------------- -------------------- 8
host of Tachardia lycii-----------------------87
Macrolobium palisoti, host of Lepidosaphes meridionalis -----------------------72
Macrolobium sp., host of Pheniacaspis bussii--------------------------------- 90
Macrolobium zenikeri, h1ost of Diaspis harnala---------------------------.... 6
"Malaboda." (See Myristica la unfolia.) Mall otus pIhilippineasis, host of Crypt'oparlatorea uiberif era------------------ 9
Mano
attacked by Lea easpis bidica and[ Par-latw'ia mnagfterx------ 11
host of ALdacaspis cinnamaoni mangiferx--------------------------... 9
host of Icerya m34....................
host of Leucaspis indica---------------------27,5
host of Mono phiebus stebbingi octocauidata---------------33.
host of Parlatoria iiangi-erT---------------------29
host of Pheniiaeoccivs 3erye------------------<9
host of Pseudaonidia greern---------------------------------------.... 54
Mangosteen, host of Psedaoidia green!i.........-----------------------... 5
M1anihot glazionii, host of Stigmnacoccus,, zimmoermian2i .......................... 83
6"4Margosa" (See AIzadirachita iwndica.)
MARLATT,C.
paper, "New Species of Diaspine Scale Insects ......................11-97
paper, "The National Collection of Coccidee .......----------------------------- -10
Mlenispermuml canadense, host of Lecczniu7'n ceccorni------------------------ 4
Mesembryantheimm dule, host of Pseudaonidia lounsburyi------------------ 5
Mes? a ferrea, host of Aoidia per plex-a----------------' '' *----------------- 5
Mficromieria ericifolia, host of Cliionaspis canarens~s----------------------... 8
M1icromneria tinki, host of (Jhionaspis canariensis------------------------------ 89
Micromieria sp., host of Chion aspis canariensis ---------------------------- 8
MVieromeria teneriff jf, host of Chionaspis canarwensts -----------------------Micromeria terebirnthiacea, host of Chionaspis canariensis--------------------- 8
Mficrowveisa rmisella; enemy of Fiorinia thex --------------------------------- 79
Miliusa velutina, host of Aonidia (?) targioniopsis ------------------------- 9
Mimosa. (See Acacia horrida.)
Mimusops hexandra, host of Aonidia spinosissina --------------------------- 7
Miscanthus sp.host of Lepidosaphes arii----------------------------------------- 7
host of Ripersia agasawarensts ------------------------------------ 6
host of IRipersia japon ica----------------------------------------- 4






INDEX. 127

Mitragyne macrophylla- Page.
host of Aspidiotus replicatus.......................................... ---------------------------------------70
host of Diaspis pugionifera----------------------------------------........................................... 68
Morus rubra, host of Aspidiotus mori ......................................... 64
Morus sp.host of Lecanium mori var. somereni .................................. 67
host of "Lecanium" nishigaharx. .-----------------------------------47
M'sasa tree. (See Brachystegia randii.)
Myristica hypargyra, host of Chrysomphalus samoana......................... ------------------------93
Myristica laurifolia, host of Lecaniodiaspis malaboda .......................... 63
Mytilaspis chilopsidis, description .......................................... 27-28
Mulberry (see also Morus sp.)Shost of Pulvinaria kuwacola---------------------------------------........................................... 44
Murraya exotica, host of Fiorinia rubrolineata------------------------------................................. 51
National collection of Coccidehistorical summary ................................................... 1-4
methods of study----------------------------------------------..................................................-.. 7-9
plea for the deposit of types ......................................... 10
preservation of material .............................................. 5
recent additions and present status .................................... 6-7
recent work of the Bureau of Entomology ............................. 4-6
slide collection ..................................................... 5-6
work of the future ................................................... 9-10
Nephelium longana, host of Fiorinia hirsata ................................. 51
Non-diaspine Coccide, order followed in description-------------------------.......................... 9
Nothofagus dombeyi, host of Fagisuga triloba-------------------------------................................. 35
"Obarus," host of Chionaspis subnudata---------------------------------- ................................... 90
Odina woodice, host of Fiorinia odin....................................... ----------------------51
Oil palm. (See Elaxis gincensis.)
Olea glandulifera, host of Fiorinia thex. .----------------------------------7. 8
Olive (see also Olea glandulifera)host of Euphilippia olivina ............................................ 44
host of Lepidosaphes becklii olew ---------------------------------....................................... 56
host of Phenacoccus olex. ------------------------------------------64
Ophryoporus andin us, host of Aspidiotus argentina- -. ------------------ 92
Opuhe. (See Urera sanduwichensis.)
Opuntia aurantiaca, host of Dactylopiis argentinus .......................... --------------------------38
Opuntia dillenii, host of Dactylopius ceylonictus.............................. -----------------------------38
Opuntiaficus indica, host of Dactylopius argentinus ........................... 38
Opuntia, host of Pseudococcus obscures ...................................... 41
Orangehost of Aspidiotus cocotiphagus....................................... -------------------------------------11
host of Chionaspis sassceri ............................................. 68
host of Parlatoria cinerea ....................................------..........--- 58
Orange tree (Citrus), host of Icerya okadw ---------------------------------................................... 34
Oreodaphne foetens, host of Aspidiotus lauretorum .............................. 93
Ormosia laxiflora, host of Ceroplastes vuilleti.................................. 45
Oryza, host of Ripersia (?) oryzx ............................................. 42
Osirys alba, host of Aspidiotus cecconi-------------------------------------....................................... 51
Osmanthus, host of Lepidosaphes uniloba.................................... 72
Ostodes, host of Fiorinia the............................................... -------------------------------------------78
Oxytenanthera thwaitesii, host of Asterolecanium ceriferum prominens............ ------------62





1.28 P~AES ON COCCnpE OR CL TSCS

Palm-Pae
host of Asteroleczniutm cerj/'erum..... ...............2
host of C hinsioabsris............................... 6
host of Pseudaonidia kameruinica...... .............. 5
Parinarium gabunense, host of Aspidiouis ftsidn ...............
Parlatoria affi-Ais, infesting unknown plant in Egypt.............. 3
Parlatoria blanchardi, damage . . .. .. .... . .. . . ... 3
Parlatoria chinensisParlatoria man gifendescription ..................................................289
attacking, mango.............................................. 1
Parlatoria pergandei, damage ...... ..;k- --------- - --- 3
Parlatoria pyridesciptin---------------------------------infests cuttings of apple and pear---------------------------..... 1
resemblance to Parlatoria chinensis ............................... 3132
Pasana cuispidata, host of Asterolecanium. pasaix------------------------- 6
Pear (see also Pyruts communnis)cuittings infested by Parlatoria pyri .................. 1
host of Aspidiotuts africanuis .. .. . . - - - -- 5
host of Aspidiotuis pectinatus..................................... 7
host of Lecanium glandi........ . ... . .. . . . .. 4
host of Parlatoria pyni......................................... 3
Pepper. (See Schinus molle.)
Pei-sea gratissima, host of Fiorinia ftorinix ......... .................... 8
Persea sp.host of Lepidosaphes logl------------------57
host of Pinnaspis 49c-------------------Pheidole megyacephala, association with Ripersia anomala ------------------ 6
Phieidole pallidula, nests infested by Phenacoccusformicaram-------------... 3
Phillyrea media, host of Lepidosaphes destefani---------------------------... 57
Phleum pratense, host of Pseudocoecus elongatus--------------------------... 40
Phabe barbusano, host of Chrysomphalus barbusano--------------------.... 5
Phoenix canariensis, host of Fiorinia ftorinix-.------------------------... s
Phcenix sp., host of Fiorinia ftorinix .......... ..... ...... ..... ...... ...-Phormiumn tenax, host of Fiorinia fiorinix ..............................-Phragmites communis, host of Aclerda biwakoensis--------------------.....- 4
Phragmites gigantea, host of Antonina phragmitis---------------------.... 4
Phyllodien, host of Crypthemichionaspis nigra------------------------..... 9
Phytelephas macrocarpa, host of Fiorinia fioriniae----------------------... 8
Picconia excelsa, host of Aspidwotus lauretortm---------------------------.... 93
Pickle weed. (See Salicornia amb'igua.) Pineapple, host of Pseudococcus ananassx---------------Pinus dens flora, host of Aspidiotus cortici-pini-------------------------- 5
Pinus kasya, host of Leucaspis indixe-orientalis---------------------------- 9
Pinus pentaphyfla, host of Fiorinia fiorinix japonica -------------------- 82
Pinus sp., host of Leucaspis indix-orientalis--------------------------.... 6
Pinus sylvestrishost of Aonidia pinicola-----------------------------------...... 5
host of Leucaspis ajfirns ------------------------------------------ 5
Pinus thunbergi, host of Fiorinia ftorinix japonica ----------------------- 8





INDEX. 129

Piper nigrum- Page.
host of Lepidosaphes piperis......................................... 57
host of Protopulvinaria longivalvata ................................. 66
Piper sp., host of Fiorinia diaspiformis .................................... 51
Pistacia lentiscus, host of Leucaspis pistacix .................................. 50
Plectronia laurentii, host of Hemilecanium recurvatum ........................ 67
Plocama pendula, host of Chionaspis canariensis ............................. 89
Pluchea sericea, host of Pulvinaria pluchex ................................. 44
Poa pratensis, host of Pseudococcus elongatus................................ 40
Podocarpus chinensis, host of Fiorinia fiorinix japonica....................... 82
Podocarpus elata, host of Fiorinia fiorinix japonica .......................... 82
Podocarpus gnidioides, host of Aonidia longa ............................... 92
Podocarpus, host of Fiorinia fiorinix ....................................... 80
Podocarpus nageia, host of Fiorinia fiorinix japonica ......................... 82
Ponera contracta, Ripersia donisthorpei in nests .................... ......... 42
Poplar (see also Populus tremula)host of Fiorinia africana............................................ 91
Populus, host of Aspidiotus (Diaspidiotus) transcaspiensis .................... 21
Populus sp.host of Aspidiotus popularum......................................... 53
host of Aspidiotus transcaspiensis ................................... 53
Populus tremula, host of Chionaspis micropori .............................. 26,48
Privet, host of Aspidiotus (Diaspidiotus) africanus ...................... 17, 19, 51
Prosopis adesmioides, host of Opisthoscelis (?) prosopidis ...................... 84
Prospaltella aurantii, parasite of Fiorinia fiorinix ............................. 80
Prunus mume, host of Lecanium kunoensis ................................. 46
Psidium guava, host of Ceroplastes singularis ............................... 66
Pyrus communis, host of Pseudococcus bakeri................................. 64
Pyrus malus, host of Pseudococcus bakeri ................................... 64
Pyrus sinensis, host of Lecanium kunoensis................................... 46
Quercus agrifolia, host of Pseudococcus agrifolia ............................... 40
Quercus chrysolepisShost of Kermes rattani.............................................. 36
host of Kermes shastensis..... ........................................ 85
Quercus densiflora, host of Aspidiotus densiflora ............................. 52
Quercus engelmanni, host of Ceroputo koebelei ............................... 85
Quercus glandulifera, host of Kermes vastus.................................. 37
Quercus incana, host of Kermes himalayensis ................................. 36
Quercus lobata, host of Aspidiotus yulup .................................... 53
Quercus serrata; host of Kermes miyasakii ................................... 36
Quercus sp.host of Asterolecanium variolosum minor............................... 63
host of Chionaspis kinshinensis ...................................... 68
host of Eriococcus howardi............................................ 37
host of Kermes variegatus corticalis ................................... 37
Quercus suberhost of Targionia vitis suberi........................................ 55
host of Kermes bacciformis.......................................... 36
Quercus toumeyi, host of Eriococcus quercus gilensis .......................... 37
Quince, host of Aspidiotus (Diaspidiotus) africanus ...................... 17, 18, 51
Ramona stachyoides, host of Phenacoccus ramona. ............................ 39
Raphis flabelliformis, host of Fiorinia macroprocta ........................... 51
Rhamnus japonica, host of Lecanium kunoensis............................... 46
Rhododendron ferrugineum, host of Eriococcus bezzii.......................... 37





iePAPERS ON COCO1D-; RSAL N


Rhus lancea, host of Chionaspis mytiaspiform4s............
Rhus sp., host of Aspidiotus (Diaspidiotus) afiau............ i5
Rice. (See Oryza.)
Rinorea exappendicutata, host of Pseudaonidia silvatica............. 4
Robiniaeudcaia
host of Aspidiotus (Diapitus) i c anu............... 6 1 5
host of Ileliocoecus bohemicus .. ............... ...
Rosa arvensts, host of Lecanium pulchrum................... 4
Rubus sp.host of Lecanium pulchru&m.. ......... ........... 4
host of Pke-nacoccus colemuzni ...... . . ..... .. .. .. .. 3
Ruta oreojasma, host of (isionaspis canariensis ..............8
Sage, black. (See Ramona stachyoide8.) Salicorn'is ambigua, host of Ceraputo ambigua ................ 6
Salsola ion gifoliaA host of Chionaspis canariensis------------------------ 8
Sambucus glaucahoset of Pseudo co ecus bakeri------------------------------......... 6
host of Pseudocoecus obscurus------------------------------...... 4
SANDERS, J. G., paper, "Catalogue of Recently Described Coccida-,II"..... 6 Sapindaceee, host of Fiorinia hirs-uta--..----.........-----------------. 5
Sapium sebijferum, host of Ceronerna koebeli----------------------......A6
Sarothamnus scopariuis, host of cecanim plchrum--------------....... 4
-SASSCEit, E. R.-papers, "Catalogue of Recently Described Coccidix-IIU, IV".. 6 1-74,8-9
paper, Index to Catalogues of Recently Described Goccida-e Included in
Technical Series Nos. 12 and 16"-------------------------.... -11
paper, 'The Genus Fiorinia in the United States"--------------... -8
SaxegothaTa c1ons picuia, host of Pseutdo parlatoria chilina------------------.... 5
Scale insects, new species of diaspine-----------------------------.....A11-3
&chinws molle, host of Aspidiotuis (Diaspidiotuts) africanus------------..16,1J7,18 5I .
Schoti hutmboldtioides, host of Aonidia biafra ............................-i'Shirotsugi," host of Saissetiaz pseuidonigrum----------------------------- 6
Sida cordifolia, host of Phenacoccuts insolitus-------------------------.... 3
Sideroxylonferruiginettm, host of Saissetia. sideroxy~am.................... 6
Siderox-ylon inerzne, host of Aspidiotus fissidens pluridentatus..............-- 9
Sima spininoda, association with Stictococcuisformicariuis.................. 6
Sleichera frijuiga, host of Tachardia albizzix .............................. 8
Smilax canartensis, host of Aspidiotuas lauretoruim......................... 9
Solanutm melon gena, host of Chionaspis manni........................---- 4
Soiwnum sp., host of Inglisia casti11oy .... ..... ..... ...... ..... ..... ...-Solenopsis sp., association with Ripersia sardtnixe---------------------... 4
Sphxrostilbe coccophila, enemy of Fiorinia fiorinix ------------------------..
Stachys glutinosa, host of Aspidiotus tabiataruim-------------------------- 5
Strelitzia reginiic, host of Fiorinia ftorinix------------------------------- 8
Strombosiopsis tetranda, host of Aspidiotus spiniger....................... 7
Strychnos cinnabdrinahost of Aspidiotus fissidens ----------------------------------- 6
host of Aspidiotuts indulahis .................................... 7
host of Diaspis slosa --------------------------------------- 6
host of ischmzspis bipindensis ----------------------------------- 7
Sugar canehost of Pseuidococcus boninsis---------------------------------- 6
host of Pseitdlococcus sacchartfolii --------------------------- --- 41






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ea, age.
ost of ~ C1Sa spiccitus -- - -- - - -- - 3
se, host of Diaspis africana -------------------------------- (8
t of _1o'nopilebiis famtarindi's---------------------------------33
host of Gh'tOnaspis ('trusca------------------------ -------------148
ap~ erraticum, association with Micrococcus silvestrii ---------------42
Taxus baccata, host, of Chrysomplialus taxits ------------------------------ .1
Taxyus wallichiana, host of Fiori7;la odirx muitipora-------------------------- 91
Tea
host of Oh ionasp is mnni ------------------------------------------------------148
host of Fiorinia thex -------------------------------------------- 77, 78
host of-. Inglisia castillow -------------------------------------------- 88
A host of Pseuidococcus therola --------------------------------------- 41
host of Tackardia decorella thex-------------------------------------... 43
Tea scale. (See Fiorinia thea'.)
Tea. (See Thea japonica.)
Terminalia catap pa, host of Pseudococcus (.-rotonis----------------------------- 86
Tetramoriumn cxs pitin, association with Lecamnpsis m innecoph ila-------------- 47
Teucrbum capitattm, host of AspuHotus labiatarum ............................ 2
Thea japonicahost of Fiorinia florinix ------------------------------------------- 80
host of Lichtensia japon ica----------------------------------------- 68
Tlzeobroma cacao-'
host of Ceroplastes i'irescens---------------------------------------... 66
host of Ceropiastodes theobrorna'------------------------------------- 45
host of Hemilecaniuin theobromx ------------------------------------- 47
host of Tachardia albizzix-----------------------------------------... 87
Thespesia populneahost of Asteroleca niim thespesi,-v--..--....---------------------------.. 63
host of I ulvinaria thespesix .................... ..................... 66
Thuja, host of Parlatoria chinensis---------------------------------------.. H1
Thiuja orientalis, host of Parlatoria chinensis-----------------------------....31, 58
Thymel.Ta tarton (?), host of Aspidotas privynus-----------------------... 5
Tobacco, host of Coccus nicotianx ----------------------------------------- 45
Trailing arbutus. (See Epigxa repens)
Trema guineensis, host of Lecanium tren.a .................................... 89
Tricalysia sp., host of Pseudaonidia gracilis--------------------------------.. 54
Tricycla cacheuta, host of Cerococcus andinus-------------------------------... 84
Tricycla patagonica, host of Cerococcus andinus-----------------------------.. 84
Tnfolium panormitanum, host of Pseudococcus aridorum ---------------------- 86
Triticum vulgare, host of Phenacoccus cholodkorskyi--------------------------.. 38
Trullifiorinia, characters of subgenus-------------------------------------.. 75
Tsuga sieboldi, host of Fiorinia forinix japonica----------------------------.. 82
Tsuga sp.host of A spidiotus tsugx ...................... ....................... 94
host of Fiorinia fioriniax japonica------------------------------------ 82
Turrma sp.-, host of Hemichionaspis chionaspiformis--------------------------.. 91
Uhieria fiorinix, synonym of Fiorinia fiorinim ............................... 79
Ulex europmus, host of Lecanium pulchrum--------------------------------- 46
Ulmaus, host of Lepidosaphes ficifolix ulm icola ------------------------------- 57
Urera sandwichensis, host of Gissocaccus f oak uensis -------------------------- 85
Uvaria sp., host of Geroplastes uivarix -------------------------------------- 45
T'endtia calycina, host of Cerococcus badius---------------------------------.. 84






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Wild rye. (See Elymus condensate..) Xantkopkyllumflaescens, host of Cryptoparlatorea atoe a Xanthoxykmn, host of Parlatoria cine r.is .. ...............
Millamacroptera, host of Aspidiotw3 seurati---. Ziz!/phts op., host of Parlatoria ahinensis .........-.. ...
Zizypkus spinachristi, host of Pseudococcus perniciosuw. ...... Zticcagnia puntatahost of Eriococcus diversisipinus ...............
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