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L'Anopheles algeriensis Theobald in Sicilia


, : L'Anopheles algeriensis Theobald in Sicilia. Riv. Parassit, Rome, 15: 4, 323-330

The Anophelines formerly known in Sicily were Anopheles maculipennis labranchiae Fini., A. (Myzomyia) superpictus Grassi and A. claviger (Mg.), but adults and larvae of A. algeriensis Theo, were found in two provinces (Syracuse and Enna) between July 1952 and June 1954. The adults were taken in all months from April to July and in November and December and occurred under bridges and in caves, empty and inhabited- dwellings and sheds for animals.

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