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Fig. 4

From: The modern morphometric approach to identify eggs of Triatominae

Fig. 4

Eggs of Panstrongylus chinai and Rhodnius ecuadoriensis (Loja) in different development days. The eggs without visible eye-spots or with these spots at the posterior position were considered as “early stage” eggs (less than 14 days in Triatomini or less than 9 days in Rhodniini). The eggs with visible eye-spots at their anterior part (operculum area) were labelled “last stage” eggs (more than 21 days in Triatomini or more than 14 days in Rhodniini). In this picture, the egg of R. ecuadoriensis is lying on its ventral, convex side

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