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Chrysomphalus dictyospermi (dictyospermum scale; spanish red scale)

Synonyms: Aspidiotus agrumincola; Aspidiotus arecae; Aspidiotus dictyospermi; Aspidiotus dictyospermi arecae; Aspidiotus dictyospermi jamaicensis; Aspidiotus jamaicensis; Aspidiotus mangiferae; Aspidiotus minor; Chrisomphalus dictyospermi; Chrysomphalus arecae; Chrysomphalus castigatus; Chrysomphalus dictiospermi; Chrysomphalus dictyospermatis; Chrysomphalus dictyospermi; Chrysomphalus dictyospermi agrumicola; Chrysomphalus dictyospermi arecae; Chrysomphalus dictyospermi mangiferae; Chrysomphalus dictyospermi minor; Chrysomphalus jamaicensis; Chrysomphalus jamaucebsis; Chrysomphalus mangiferae; Chrysomphalus minor
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Prey / Diet

Agonis flexuosa[1]
Alpinia zerumbet (shellplant)[2]
Araucaria angustifolia (Parana pine)[2]
Areca triandra (Wild areca palm)[2]
Artocarpus altilis (breadfruit)[2]
Beaucarnea gracilis[2]
Buxus sempervirens (common box)[2]
Calamus caryotoides (Fishtail Lawyer Cane)[2]
Calophyllum inophyllum (Alexandrian laurel)[1]
Camellia sinensis (tea)[2]
Cinnamomum loureiroi (cinnamon)[2]
Citrus japonica (sour orange)[2]
Citrus microcarpa (round kumquat)[2]
Cocos nucifera (coconut palm)[2]
Coelogyne cristata[2]
Cycas circinalis (queen sago)[2]
Cymbidium lowianum[2]
Decaisnina brittenii[1]
Dianella caerulea (cerulean flaxlily)[2]
Dracaena draco (dragontree)[2]
Eucalyptus microcorys (Australian tallowwood)[2]
Ficus benjamina (weeping fig)[2]
Ficus thonningii (Chinese banyan)[2]
Fraxinus berlandieriana (Mexican ash)[2]
Furcraea foetida (Mauritius hemp)[2]
Hedera helix (Algerian ivy)[2]
Hedychium coccineum (Red ginger)[2]
Laccospadix australasicus (Atherton palm)[1]
Latania lontaroides (Red Latan Palm)[2]
Laurus nobilis (sweet bay)[2]
Licuala grandis[2]
Mangifera indica (mango)[2]
Mangifera odorata (kwini)[2]
Mimusops elengi (Spanish cherry)[2]
Musa acuminata subsp. acuminata[2]
Musa paradisiaca (Banana)[1]
Nerium oleander (oleander)[1]
Pandanus tectorius (Tahitian screwpine)[2]
Persea americana (avocado)[2]
Phoenix canariensis (Canary Island date palm)[2]
Phormium tenax (New Zealand flax)[1]
Phytelephas macrocarpa (ivory nut palm)[2]
Pyrus communis (common pear)[1]
Schefflera actinophylla (octopus tree)[1]
Strelitzia reginae (Bird-of-paradise flower)[2]
Taxus baccata (Common yew)[2]
Trachycarpus fortunei (Chusan Palm)[2]

Distribution

El Salvador, Morocco, Papua New Guinea, Romania, Reunion, Puerto Rico & Vieques Island, Portugal, Russia, Poland, Philippines, Peru, Panama, Palau, Niue, Nigeria, Ryukyu Islands (=Nansei Shoto), Mozambique, Thailand, Mongolia, Mexico, Mauritius, Marshall Islands, New Caledonia, U.S. Virgin Islands, Malta, France, Zimbabwe, Zanzibar, Zaire, Yugoslavia, Western Samoa, United States of America, Taiwan, Uganda, Seychelles, Tuvalu, Turkey, Tunisia, Tonga, Tanzania, Sri Lanka, Spain, South Africa, Solomon Islands, United Kingdom, Chile, Egypt, Dominican Republic, Czech Republic, Cuba, Crete, Corsica, Cook Islands, Comoros, China, Argentina, Cape Verde, Canary Islands, Brazil, Bonin Islands (=Ogasawara-Gunto), Azores, Azerbaijan, Australia, Armenia, Angola, Colombia, Italy, Georgia, Libya, Kiribati, Kenya, Eritrea, Jamaica, Madagascar, Israel, Ireland, Iran, India, Guyana, Guinea, Greece, Algeria, French Polynesia, Madeira Islands, Fiji, Indonesia, Japan, Federated States of Micronesia;

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Citations

Attributes / relations provided by 1Jorrit H. Poelen, James D. Simons and Chris J. Mungall. (2014). Global Biotic Interactions: An open infrastructure to share and analyze species-interaction datasets. Ecological Informatics. 2Biological Records Centre Database of Insects and their Food Plants
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