An illustrated key to the eggs of thirty species of brazilian anophelines, with several new descriptions
Causey, Ottis R
Deane, Leônidas de Mello
Deane, Maria Paumgartten
Ovipositions from more than 28,000 isolated females, representing 30 species of anopheline mosquitoes coUected in Brazil, were studied, and the eggs of 9 species described for the first time. A key to the eggs of these 30 species based primarily on the floats, frills, and pattem of exochorion is presented and illustrated by camera lúcida drawings of typical specimens of each species. Some commonly encountered varieties of several species are also described and illustrated.