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International Journal of Mosquito Research
Vol. 3, Issue 5, Part A (2016)

Systematics of Anopheles and Armigerus (Culicidae: Diptera) mosquitoes in the Pothwar Region, Punjab, Pakistan

Wings have four pale spots
Fig. 1: Wings have four pale spots
Palpi are swollen at the tip in males
Fig. 2: Palpi are swollen at the tip in males
5<sup>th</sup> hind tarsomere not white <em>(Anopheles stephensi)</em>
Fig. 3: 5th hind tarsomere not white (Anopheles stephensi)
5<sup>th</sup>, 4<sup>th</sup> and 3<sup>rd</sup> hind tarsomere completely white
Fig. 4: 5th, 4th and 3rd hind tarsomere completely white
5<sup>th</sup> vein dark near fork
Fig. 5: 5th vein dark near fork
3<sup>rd</sup> vein black
Fig. 6: 3rd vein black
Apical and pale apical bands equal
Fig. 7: Apical and pale apical bands equal
Sub apical band expanded than
Fig. 8: Sub apical band expanded than
Femora and tibia spotted
Fig. 9: Femora and tibia spotted
Femora and tibia not spotted
Fig. 10: Femora and tibia not spotted
Palpi with four bands
Fig. 11: Palpi with four bands
Claws on middle leg unequal in size
Fig. 12: Claws on middle leg unequal in size
Variousl marked on 3<sup>rd</sup> to 6<sup>th</sup> abdominal sternites (<em>Armigeres kuchingensis</em>)
Fig. 13: Variousl marked on 3rd to 6th abdominal sternites (Armigeres kuchingensis)
Claws of the middle leg are of same size (<em>Armigeres kuchingensis</em>)
Fig. 14: Claws of the middle leg are of same size (Armigeres kuchingensis)
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