manzanita whitefly, Aleuroparadoxus arctostachyli  (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) - 0019018

manzanita whitefly
Aleuroparadoxus arctostachyli Russell, 1947

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Description: All males have large terminal claspers; they are large and dark bodied with dark patches on wings. The pupa are large and dark brown. For image of pupa, go to ttp:// llected by Joos at Napa, California in 1980 and Identified by R. Gill at CDFA. See Russel's publication "Whiteflies of the New Tribe Trialeurodini" Rev de Entomologia vol 18 fasc. 1-2, agosto 1947 Adults cannot be identified to species (more than 12 species described).
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Subject Gender: Male
Image location: , United States

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Name: John W. Dooley
Organization: USDA APHIS PPQ
Country: United States

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