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Une nouvelle glossine du Congo : GLOSSINA (AUSTENINA) FREZIZLI sp. nov. (DIPTERA : GLOSSINIDAE)

  title={Une nouvelle glossine du Congo : GLOSSINA (AUSTENINA) FREZIZLI sp. nov. (DIPTERA : GLOSSINIDAE)},
  author={J. P. Gouteux},
Cette espèce est plus petite et plus claire que G. tabaniformis, qui est l’espèce du groupe fusca largement dominante à la capture. Elle se distingue encore de G. tabaniformis par la frange antennaire plus courte, comparable à celle de G. fusca et G. medicorum. Le troisième segment de l’antenne a la même forme que celui de C. medicorum et la même longueur (0,9mm). Les palpes sont courts et mesurent 3,4mm comme ceux de G. medicorum. 

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