13ª Contribuição ao estudo dos Flebotomus (Diptera: Psychodidae): Flebotomus (Brumptomyia) travassosi Mangabeira, 1942

Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Feb 2019

The A. describes the life history of Flebotomus (Brumptomyia) travassosi Mangabeira, 1942. The paper deals with the morphology of the eggs, the larvae in all stages, the pupae and the female. Also gives the differences between the 3 known species of that subgenus (avellari, travassosi and guimarãisi) pointing out the characters in common, principally the presence of only two caudal hairs in all stages. The pupae do not present specifical characters.

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13ª Contribuição ao estudo dos Flebotomus (Diptera: Psychodidae): Flebotomus (Brumptomyia) travassosi Mangabeira, 1942

13ª Contribuição ao estudo dos Flebotomus (Diptera: Psychodidae): Flebotomus (Brumptomyia) travassosi Mangabeira, 1942 O. Mangabeira Filho ABSTRACT The A. describes the life history of Flebotomus (Brumptomyia) travassosi Mangabeira, 1942. The paper deals with the morphology of the eggs, the larvae in all stages, the pupae and the female. Also gives the differences between the 3 known species of that subgenus (avellari, travassosi and guimarãisi) pointing out the characters in common, principally the presence of only two caudal hairs in all stages. The pupae do not present specifical characters. Texto completo disponível apenas em PDF. Full text available only in PDF format.


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O. Mangabeira Filho. 13ª Contribuição ao estudo dos Flebotomus (Diptera: Psychodidae): Flebotomus (Brumptomyia) travassosi Mangabeira, 1942, Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, 375-381, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761942000300011