Project 1013: I. Vea, D. A. Grimaldi. 2015. Isabelle M Vea Diverse New Scale Insects (Hemiptera: Coccoidea) in Amber from the Cretaceous and Eocene with a Phylogenetic Framework for Fossil Coccoidea. American Museum Novitates. 3823:1-80.

» Zoom   » Download

Copyright license for future use: Media released for onetime use, no reuse without permission

Original filename: Figure8.jpg

Morphobank media number
M348472

Taxonomic name
Pityococcus moniliformalis

Specimen
Pityococcus moniliformalis (AMNH/AMNH Ba-Ve762)

Specimen notes
Holotype AMNH Ba-Ve762, alate male in a 5 × 5 × 1 mm square, light orange, transparent polished amber piece; specimen in good preservation with some internal organs visible through transparent cuticle, lying on a layer, with one wing well spread and one folded, white milky layers obstructing some parts, such as the head area; accessible views: ventral and dorsal (fig. 8AB). Baltic amber, Palmnicken mines in Yantaryni, on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea, Russia. Purchased from Jurgen Velten Baltic amber coll., deposited at the American Museum of Natural History.

View
Light compound microscopy and drawing

Media loaded by
Isabelle Vea

Copyright holder
Isabelle Vea

Copyright information
Person loading media owns copyright and grants permission for use of media on MorphoBank

Media loaded on
December 11 2014 at 2:42:21

This media record has been viewed 147 times