2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0073-47212008000400004
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Abstract: ABSTRACT. Description of eggs and nymphs of Triatoma carcavalloi through optical microscopy. Triatoma carcavalloi Jurberg, Rocha & Lent, 1998 in its original description was related to T. rubrovaria (Blanchard, 1843) and T. circummaculata (Stäl, 1859). Here eggs and nymphs of T. carcavalloi are described using optical microscopy to provide new parameters to be used in Triatominae's taxonomy. Eggs showed the operculum and surface with pentagonal and hexagonal cells, with small fractures and punctuations rando… Show more

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“…Discal tubercles are visible on second to fifth instar nymphs of T. carcavalloi, but are absent from all instars in T. pintodiasi. Still according to Jurberg et al (2008), body lengths of first to fifth instar nymphs of T. carcavalloi are respectively 2.85 mm, 5.13 mm, 5.47 mm, 7.67 mm, and 10.69 mm. Being so, nymphs of T. pintodiasi (Table I) are shorter than those of T. carcavalloi, like the adults of these species.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Discal tubercles are visible on second to fifth instar nymphs of T. carcavalloi, but are absent from all instars in T. pintodiasi. Still according to Jurberg et al (2008), body lengths of first to fifth instar nymphs of T. carcavalloi are respectively 2.85 mm, 5.13 mm, 5.47 mm, 7.67 mm, and 10.69 mm. Being so, nymphs of T. pintodiasi (Table I) are shorter than those of T. carcavalloi, like the adults of these species.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%