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Studies on Brazilian Anophelines from the Northeast and Amazon Regions. III. An Illustrated Key by Larval Characteristics for the Identification of Thirty-Two Species of Anophelini, with Descriptions of Two Larvae.

@inproceedings{Deane1946StudiesOB,
  title={Studies on Brazilian Anophelines from the Northeast and Amazon Regions. III. An Illustrated Key by Larval Characteristics for the Identification of Thirty-Two Species of Anophelini, with Descriptions of Two Larvae.},
  author={M. Deane and O. R. Causey and L. Deane},
  year={1946}
}
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