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coccid

a scale insect - a member of the order Hemiptera. Males are winged; and females, which are scale-like, attach themselves to plants from which they suck the sap.
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1997) observed coccid bacteria resembling gill endosymbionts in the mantle and foot tissue of juvenile (shell length = 4 to 8 mm) seep mussels (Bathymodiolus childressi) from the Gulf of Mexico.
It was thought that it was some kind of coccid from outside the Land of Israel - but we have now shown that it is made from something commonly found in the Land of Israel, right under our noses.
However, there are some commonalities as well, with flies, thrips, chalcid wasps, coccid bugs (Hemiptera: Sternorrhyncha), and a few beetles and moths inducing gall formation.
02 eggs/day/female) than those recorded by Radwan and LOvei (1983) who introduced the coccid Parthenolecanium corni (Bouche) to adult E.
The mango coccid, Rastrococcus iceryoides Green (Homoptera: Coccidae) and its natural enemies.
A Classification of the Higher Groups and Genera of the Coccid Family Margarodidae.
Members of the genus Promuscidea are regarded as hyperparasitoids of other hymenopteran primary parasitoids and the coccids are thus their secondary hosts (Hayat, 1998).
This parasitoid is native to South America and is associated with many coccids of the genera Pulvinaria, Saissetia, Coccus, Eulecanium, Ceroplastes Pseudococcus, and Ischnaspis (DE SANTIS, 1980; MURUA; FIDALGO, 2001; PRADO et al.