Aleurothrixus floccosus (Maskell, 1895)
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Citrus reticulata, puparia (from Malumphy, Radonjić, Hrnčić & Raičević)
Puparia whitish or dark, oval, 1 mm long, with many white, curly wax threads. The puprium is surrounded by a well-delimited marginal area. In groups at the undersides of the leaves.
Azadirachta indica; Passiflora edulis; Citrus aurantium, limon, maxima, nobilis, reticulata, sinensis; Coccoloba uvifera; Codiaeum variegatum; Mangifera indica; Melia azedarach; Passiflora edulis; Psidium guajava.
In continental Europe only in citrus cultivation (and there a serious pest). Elsewhere in the world polyphagous, although with a strong preference for Citrus.
distribution within Europe
Hellrigl (2004a), Hernández-Suárez, Martin, Gill ao (2012a), Malumphy (2010a), Malumphy, Radonjić, Hrnčić & Raičević (2015a), Martin, Mifsud & Rapisarda (2000a), Mifsud (1995a).