Planococcus citri

Specimens identified, prepared, and mounted by American entomologist Richard F. Wilkey 1960s-1980s

Originally from Asia it has been introduced to the rest of the world, including Europe, the Americas, and Oceania, as an agricultural pest. It is associated with citrus, but it attacks a wide range of crop plants, ornamental plants, and wild flora.

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Common NamesCitrus mealybug
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