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February 2, 1935

Entomological Studies: Studies on Insects of Medical Importance in South Africa

JAMA. 1935;104(5):423. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760050069037

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Abstract

This contribution to medical entomology consists of detailed and highly technical reports on the first part of a series of notes on South African Simuliidae, and descriptions of a new flea from the Transvaal belonging to the genus Xenopsylla, a new variety of Anopheles natalensis, the eggs of some South African anophelines, and the pupae of some heretofore undescribed South African anophelines.

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