Description of the male, pupa, and fourth instar larva of Culiseta (Culiseta) atlanticus (Edwards, 1932) (Diptera: Culicidae) and endemic species of the Azores Archipelago.

TítuloDescription of the male, pupa, and fourth instar larva of Culiseta (Culiseta) atlanticus (Edwards, 1932) (Diptera: Culicidae) and endemic species of the Azores Archipelago.
Tipo de PublicaciónJournal Article
Nuevas Publicaciones1980
Volumen12
Ejemplar3
Pagination320-332
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ABSTRACT: The hitherto unknown male, pupa and fourth instar larva of Culiseta atlantica (Edwards, 1932) are described, based on the examination of 25 males, 31 associated pupal exuviae and 77 larvae caught by the writers from rockpools in the bed of the Ribeira do Salto River, east of the town Ribeira Grande, S. Miguel Island, Azores. Diagnostic characteristics of the adults (external morphology), male terminalia, pupa and fourth instar larva of Cs. atlantica and the closely related species Cs. annulata (Schrank), Cs. incidens (Thomson), Cs. particeps (Adams) and Cs. subochrea (Edwards) are given and identification keys are provided.

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Author(s) - Ramos, H. C. and H. Ribeiro.

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Nuevas PublicacionesMosquito Systematics
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