References for species Xiphoidellus unicolor (Carvalho and Gross, 1982)

Species Reference Comment Distribution
Sejanus unicolor Carvalho and Gross 1982A: 14, figs. 10--12, 97
(PDF not available.)  n. sp., descr., DV, MG Australia
Sejanus unicolor webbi Carvalho and Gross 1982A: 15, figs. 13--15
(PDF not available.)  n. ssp., descr., MG Australia: Queensland
Sejanus unicolor Schuh 1984A: 154
(PDF not available.)  disc. of generic placement undefined
Xiphoidellus unicolor Weirauch and Schuh 2011: 479, figs. 1, 8, 9, 18, 19
(PDF not available.)  n. comb., diag., descr., disc., color habitus, MG, SEM, hosts AUSTRALIA: ACT, Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia
Hosts
Acacia acinacea Weirauch and Schuh, 2011:497 (Family: Fabaceae)
Brachyloma daphnoides Weirauch and Schuh, 2011:497 (Family: Epacridaceae)
Dillwynia glaberrima Weirauch and Schuh, 2011:497 (Family: Fabaceae)
Dillwynia hispida Weirauch and Schuh, 2011:497 (Family: Fabaceae)
Dodonaea viscosa Weirauch and Schuh, 2011:497 (Family: Sapindaceae)
Hibbertia sericea Weirauch and Schuh, 2011:497 (Family: Dilleniaceae)
Pultenaea tenuifolia Weirauch and Schuh, 2011:497 (Family: Fabaceae)
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