In the male coccid we find a late larval stage with hidden wing-rudiments, the importance of which, for comparison with the caterpillar, will be appreciated later. From Wordnik.com. [The Life-Story of Insects] Reference
The leg and wing rudiments of the male coccid (pp. 20-1) beneath the cuticle of the second instar are strictly comparable to imaginal buds, and these are present in one instar of what is generally regarded as an exopterygote life-history. From Wordnik.com. [The Life-Story of Insects] Reference
It's a coccid, a little scale insect. From Wordnik.com. [Planet of the Damned] Reference
A young coccid. From Wordnik.com. [The Life-Story of Insects] Reference
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