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Type Specimens of Mosquitoes (Diptera, Culicidae) Deposited in the National Science Museum, Tokyo

@inproceedings{Kurihara2004TypeSO,
  title={Type Specimens of Mosquitoes (Diptera, Culicidae) Deposited in the National Science Museum, Tokyo},
  author={Takeshi Kurihara and Akihiko Shinohara and Hiromu Kurahashi},
  year={2004}
}
Type specimens of 30 species-group taxa of mosquitoes preserved in the National Science Museum, Tokyo, are enumerated. They contain 1) the material from the former Institute for Infectious Disease (IID; currently the Institute of Medical Science), the University of Tokyo, including the types of the taxa described by M. Sasa and his collaborators in 1948–1952 (eight taxa), 2) the material from the former U. S. Army Medical Laboratory, Pacific, including the types of taxa described by K. Tanaka… 
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