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The adult male is winged and walks around the females to inseminate them. Female insect lac  The female is larger than the male, measuring 4-5 mm in length and having a pyriform body.  The Head, thorax, and abdomen are not distinctly different.  Antennae and legs are in degenerate form and wings are missing. The structure of the female insect  Wings may or may not be found.

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Both male and female larvae reach sexual maturity in approximately eight weeks.  Only the male undergoes complete metamorphosis or transformation into another form; it loses its proboscis and develops antennae, legs, and one pair of wings.  It is contained in a fruit cell somewhat sliding like a round trap door (operculum)
through which it emerges.

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The head bears a pair of antennae and a single proboscis. The eyes are missing. The thorax is without wings and legs. The loss of eyes, wings, and legs is due to reality that the female larvae, once settled, never move again, and thus these parts become useless and eventually atrophy.  The abdomen bears a pair of caudal setae. It is the female insect that sheds the majority lac for trade.

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The female fruit cell is larger and spherical in shape and remains fixed on the twig.  The female retains parts of her mouth but does not develop wings, eyes, or appendages.  During development, it actually becomes a stationary organism with little resemblance to the insect.

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