. The practice of medicine; a text-book for practitioners and students, with special reference to diagnosis and treatment . Fig. 8.—Anopheles piinctipennis—female,with male antenna at left, and wing-topshowing venation at left, enlarged. Fig. 9.—Culex taniorhynchus—female,showing the short palpi which distinguishculex from anopheles; toothed front tarsalclaw at right, enlarged.. Fig. 10.—Resting position of anopheles,enlarged.
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