5 cm wide, hard and rough, with three prominent, longitudinal veins, puberulent to pilose
on both sides.
Leaflets semi-succulent, 21-88 X 9-41 mm, pilose
to tomentose, midrib excentric; nectary pyramidal; flowers c.
furuhashii to parasitize more hosts on glabrous collard leaves than on the increasingly pilose
leaves of eggplant, cucumber, and tomato.
Sternal shield is 165 (159-170) long, 162 (161-164) wide at the level coxae II and bearing three pairs of pilose
setae and two pairs of pores: linea angulata and linea arcuata slightly curved with punctates, linea arcuata "M-shaped" with punctures; linea obiligue anterior with a smooth curved line; linea media transvera slightly curved, having small punctured on posterior; linea obilique posterior curved interiorly with punctures.
0 mm long; corolla externally glabrous, internally pilose
At the base of the inflorescence occur four entire stipules, which are pilose
, lanceolate with entire margin.
5 cm, base slightly oblique, cordate, apex acuminate, margin serrate, irregularly spaced, adaxially dark green, glabrous, except on the margin where it is pilose
(5-10-celled trichomes), abaxially pale green, red at the apex, or at the apex and at the apical margin above the middle, pilose
, more dense on the veins (10-celled trichomes), 15-16 veins on the larger side of the blade.
1D) broader than long; with single pseudospiracular opening; subepandrial plate large, semicircular in dorsal view; hypoproct broadly U-shaped, densely pilose
, covering bases of epandrial claspers; epiproct small, oval; epandrial claspers curved, carrying three distal tenacula in one row; tenacula spatulate, 87 pm long, tips slightly expanded.
e; okra leaf type, normal leaf, high gossypol glands, normal gossypol glands, glandless types, pilose
hairiness and low/sparse hairiness.
tabaci biotype B oviposition, and the most pilose
cultivars are the most infested since these cultivars may provide a more suitable microclimate for oviposition and better protection for the nymphs (Butter and Vir 1989).
indument reddish pilose
(15-18 celled trichomes); internodes 2.
Key--Couplet 72 The first line of this couplet should read "Anterior margin of antennal segment II hearing a thick brush of erect pale pilose