The puparia of Icfrealeyrodes species do not have a distinct caudal furrow, and the area posterior to vasiform orifice is intersected by the converging submarginal furrows; whereas, the puparia of Asialeyrodes species have a distinct caudal furrow connected with posterior margin of vasiform orifice and is often filled with minute tubercles, and the submarginal furrow usually diverges outwards and terminates near caudal tracheal pore.
vasiform orifice; submargin with long radiating lines; pro-, meso-, and metathorax with submedian pair of setae; India --.
Submargin completely demarcated from dorsal disc by a submarginal furrow, intersecting caudal area posterior to vasiform orifice.
3, submarginal seta, 4, legs and antenna, 5, vasiform orifice and caudal furrow.
puparium, habitus, 7, empty pupal case, 8, caudal furrow, 9, vasiform orifice, 10, tuberculate seta, 11, host plant Cinnamomum subavenium (Laurales: Lauraceae).