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Entomological studies on insects of medical importance in South Africa. I. South African Simuliidae. II. A new Xenopsylla from the Transvaal. III. A new variety of Anopheles natalensis H. & H. IV. The eggs of some South African anophelines. V. The pupae of some South African anophelines hitherto undescribed



Entomological studies on insects of medical importance in South Africa. I. South African Simuliidae. II. A new Xenopsylla from the Transvaal. III. A new variety of Anopheles natalensis H. & H. IV. The eggs of some South African anophelines. V. The pupae of some South African anophelines hitherto undescribed



Publ S African Inst Med Res 6(33): 249-308



I. Simulium debegene* (p.253). II. Xenopsylla phyllomae* (p.265). III. A. natalensis v. puselis* (p.269).

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