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The egg of Trichoprosopon compressum (Diptera: Culicidae)



The egg of Trichoprosopon compressum (Diptera: Culicidae)



Mosquito Systematics, 233: 161-169



The egg of T. compressum is described and illustrated from material collected in the vicinity of So Paulo, Brazil. The egg is divided longitudinally into non-wettable (dorsal) and wettable (lateral and ventral) surfaces, which differ markedly in structure. On the dorsal, hydrofuge surface, the chorionic cells around the central mid-line contain ridges loosely aligned in the long axis, or in some eggs more organized into 2 continuous lines.

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