Apterae are broadly oval, longer than wide, black with purplish-blue tinge, with white marginal wax. Intersegmental lines can be clearly seen. Nymphs yellow with thin white wax margin. Can be easily confused with whitefly/blackfly pupae. On undersides of leave, occasionally on petiole of young leaves.
Taiwan and Jawa. India: Karnataka.
Moraceae: Ficus religiosa.
Aptera: Length of body 0.6, width 0.4; antennae 0.07, u.r.s. 0.13; h.t.2 0.05; length of the antennal segments could not be measured as antenna in aptera unsegmented and very small. Siphunculi absent and cauda knobbed and hence could not be measured.
January-February and June-July.