Allokermes gillettei (Cockerell, 1895)
Kermes gillettei Cockerell 1895f: 100.
Hosts: Quercus emoryi, hypoleucoides, [observation of Quercus undulata listed as "questionable"]
Post .. reproductive female. Cockerell (1895b) described the post-repro-ductive female as ... 8 mm. long, 7 1/2 broad, 7 high. Distinctly segmented; dorsum with rounded tuberosities, not very shiny. Scale covered with minute dark brown specks. General colour ivory-white and dark brown mottled, the extent of the white or the brown variable, but usually a distinct white dorsal band, and more or less broken-up subdorsal ones.
Dist: AZ, CO”
- Stephen Bullington, Michael Kosztarab: (1985) Studies on the morphology and systematics of scale insects. No. 12©