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meaning: "amber ant Coccus"
Named By: D. J. Williams in 2001
Time Period: Burdigalian
Location: Dominican Republic - La Toca Formation
Size: 0.7 millimetres long for E. abductus, 0.76 millimetres long for E. inclusus, 0.8 millimetres long for E. reginae
Diet: Herbivore/sap drinker
Fossil(s): Few individuals preserved in amber
Classification: | Arthropoda | Insecta | Hemiptera | Pseudococcidae | Rhizoecinae |

Electromyrmococcus is an extinct genus of mealybug in the Pseudococcidae subfamily Rhizoecinae. The genus currently contains three species, all from the early Miocene, Burdigalian stage, Dominican amber deposits on the island of Hispaniola.

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