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Publication Date: 1990
Williams, D. J., Watson, Gillian W.
Abstract Introduction Acknowledgements and depositories Economic importance Classification Key to families of Coccoidea Margarodidae Ortheziidae Eriococcidae Dactylopiidae Coccidae Cerococcidae Lecanodiaspididae Kerriidae Asterolecaniidae Conchaspididae Halimococcidae Systematic list of the host-plants of tropical South Pacific scale insects in this work Index to plant genera in plant families References IndexWilliams, D. J. is the author of 'The Scale Insects of the Tropical South Pacific Region: Part 3: The Soft Scales (Coccidae) and Other Families (Cabi Publishing) (Pt. 3)', published 1990 under ISBN 9780851986593 and ISBN 0851986595.
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