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International Journal of Mosquito Research
Vol. 5, Issue 4, Part A (2018)

Two Armigeres species of Manipur, the easternmost Northeast India

The location sites in Manipur in India. The arrowed locations are the study sites.
Fig. 1: The location sites in Manipur in India. The arrowed locations are the study sites.
The larval mentum and pre mandible of the <em>Armigeres obturbans </em>(A) and <em>Armigeres aureolineatus </em>(B). Bar represents 1 mm.
Fig. 2: The larval mentum and pre mandible of the Armigeres obturbans (A) and Armigeres aureolineatus (B). Bar represents 1 mm.
The pupal features of <em>Armigeres obturbans </em>(A, C and E) and <em>Armigeres aureolineatus </em>(B, D and F). Bar represents 1 mm.
Fig. 3: The pupal features of Armigeres obturbans (A, C and E) and Armigeres aureolineatus (B, D and F). Bar represents 1 mm.
<em>Armigeres obturbans</em>: Male adult (A), hypopygium (B), phallosome (C), and <em>Armigeres aureolineatus </em>adult female (D), hypopygium (E), phallosome (F). the Gonostylar teeth of <em>Armigeres obturbans </em>(G) <em>Armigeres aureolineatus </em>(H). Bar represents 1 mm.
Fig. 4: Armigeres obturbans: Male adult (A), hypopygium (B), phallosome (C), and Armigeres aureolineatus adult female (D), hypopygium (E), phallosome (F). the Gonostylar teeth of Armigeres obturbans (G) Armigeres aureolineatus (H). Bar represents 1 mm.
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