. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Entomology. 44§ C.fJ. HODGSON a minor pest of nursery stock in Rhodesia; these plants are imported mainly from South Africa, and hence it seems probable that L. tarsalis has spread from the south. Group II: L. erratica De Lotto y L. natalensis Brain f L. brachystegiae Hall " L. mimosae (Maskell) J L. parinarii Hall This group has a number of common characters not shared with the other groups, but is not as uniform as group I. These characters are discussed mainly under L. * The brackets indicate the degree of closeness of the species

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. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Entomology. 44§ C.fJ. HODGSON a minor pest of nursery stock in Rhodesia; these plants are imported mainly from South Africa, and hence it seems probable that L. tarsalis has spread from the south. Group II: L. erratica De Lotto   y L. natalensis Brain f L. brachystegiae Hall " L. mimosae (Maskell) J L. parinarii Hall This group has a number of common characters not shared with the other groups, but is not as uniform as group I. These characters are discussed mainly under L. * The brackets indicate the degree of closeness of the species Stock Photo
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. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Entomology. 44§ C.fJ. HODGSON a minor pest of nursery stock in Rhodesia; these plants are imported mainly from South Africa, and hence it seems probable that L. tarsalis has spread from the south. Group II: L. erratica De Lotto y L. natalensis Brain f L. brachystegiae Hall " L. mimosae (Maskell) J L. parinarii Hall This group has a number of common characters not shared with the other groups, but is not as uniform as group I. These characters are discussed mainly under L. * The brackets indicate the degree of closeness of the species
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. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Entomology. 44§ C.fJ. HODGSON a minor pest of nursery stock in Rhodesia; these plants are imported mainly from South Africa, and hence it seems probable that L. tarsalis has spread from the south. Group II: L. erratica De Lotto \ \ y L. natalensis Brain f L. brachystegiae Hall "\ L. mimosae (Maskell) J L. parinarii Hall This group has a number of common characters not shared with the other groups, but is not as uniform as group I. These characters are discussed mainly under L. * The brackets indicate the degree of closeness of the species in each group.. Fig. 14. Map showing the distribution of the species of Lecanodiaspis Targioni-Tozzetti in the Ethiopian Region.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. British Museum (Natural History). London : BM(NH)

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