Scanning electron microscopy of Aedes lineatopennis (Diptera: Culicidae) eggs.

  • Choochote W
  • Jitpakdi A
  • Sukontason K
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The eggs of Aedes lineatopennis (Ludlow) are described by means of a scanning electron microscopy. The Ae. lineatopennis egg has a rather boat-shaped, fragmented micropylar collar, and membrane-like wall enclosing many tubercles of exochorionic sculpture.

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  • Aedes
  • Animals
  • Microscopy, Electron, Scanning
  • Ovum
  • Ovum: ultrastructure

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  • W Choochote

  • a Jitpakdi

  • K Sukontason

  • T Suntaravitun

  • S Wongkamchai

  • B Pitasawat

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