|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||2020|
|Authors:||H. J. Bromley-Schnur|
|Journal:||Journal of the European Mosquito Control Association|
|Keywords:||Culex europaeus, Culex judaicus, Culex martinii, larval and pupal characteristics, Neoculex|
Abstract: Adults of Culex judaicus were described by Edwards in 1926. However, the larva of this species has not yet been described and it was deemed useful to describe details of the larva and compare it with the larva of Cx. martinii, both species that occur in northern Israel. Some comparisons are made between the larva and pupa of Cx. judaicus and the larva and pupa of Cx. europaeus, which was described from Portugal in 2003. Journal of the European Mosquito Control Association 38: 11–16, 2020
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Culex (Neoculex) judaicus (Diptera: Culicidae), larval description and main characters distinguishing it from larvae of Culex (Neoculex) martinii in Israel