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Product images of Parlatoria pergandii [Chaff scale], Parlatoria zizyphi [Black parlatoria scale] and Parlatoria proteus [Proteus scale]
Product details Parlatoria pergandii [Chaff scale], Parlatoria zizyphi [Black parlatoria scale] and Parlatoria proteus [Proteus scale]
Parlatoria pergandii [Chaff scale], Parlatoria zizyphi [Black parlatoria scale] and Parlatoria proteus [Proteus scale]
Plate 30, "Monograph of the Coccidae of the British Isles", by Robert Newstead (Ray Society, 1900-1902). Figures 1-3 Parlatoria pergandii, studies of adult female and puparium of male and female insects. Figures 4-8 Parlatoria zizyphia, studies of the insects on orange rind with puparium details. Figures 9-12 Parlatoria proteus, view of the insects on an orchid leaf and studies of male and female puparium Natural size and at various magnifications. Signed below "R.Newstead ad nat del." Individual figures are pasted onto a backing board. The facing page is a corrected [in pencil] proof version of captions, "Explanation of Plate XXX."
Original: pencil and watercolour on board. ca. 1900
- Image ref: RS-9072
- The Royal Society