2.3. A bush coconut or bloodwood apple gall of Cystococcus pomiformis (Hemiptera: Eriococcidae), cut open to show the cream-colored adult female and her numerous, tiny nymphal male offspring covering the gall wall.
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Adult Richmond birdwing (Troides richmondia) butterfly and cast exuvial skin on native pipevine (Pararistolochia sp.) host.
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Close-up of the second-instar male nymphs of Cystococcus pomiformis feeding from the nutritive tissue lining the cavity of the maternal gall.