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M. Sasa, Kano, R., Takahasi, H.1950A revision of the adult Japanese mosquitoes of the genus Aedes, subgenus Aedes, with description of two new species
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T. B. T. Satoto2001Cryptic species within Anopheles barbirostris van der Wulp, 1884, inferred from nuclear and mitochondrial gene sequence variation
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T. Say1824Appendix. Part 1.―Natural history. 1. Zoology
T. Say1823Descriptions of dipterous insects of the United States
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F. Schrank1781Envmeratio insectorm Avstriae indigenorum: cum figuris
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G. Senevet1947Anopheles tonkinensis synonyme de A. alongensis
G. Senevet1938Les moustiques de la Guadeloupe (mission 1936)
G. Senevet1937Les moustiques de la Guyane Française (mission 1934)
G. Senevet1936Les moustiques de la Martinique
G. Senevet1932A propos d'Anopheles coustani Laveran
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