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On the structure of mouth parts in bloodsucking midges of the subgenus Trithecoides of the genus Culicoides (Ceratopogonidae)



On the structure of mouth parts in bloodsucking midges of the subgenus Trithecoides of the genus Culicoides (Ceratopogonidae)



Parazitologiya (St. Petersburg): 162: 155-159



A considerable uniformity in the structure of mouthparts of all subgenera of midges (except a different number of denticles on mandibles and maxillae and lateral denticles of the upper lip) was established. Midges of the subgenus Trithecoides are characterized by a notable variety of mouthparts that is unusual for the genus Culicoides.

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