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Table 3 Valid species of the subgenus Nyssorhynchus of Anopheles found in South America, grouped by series and informal groupings

From: Identification keys to the Anopheles mosquitoes of South America (Diptera: Culicidae). I. Introduction

Series Group Subgroup Complex Species, authorship, date
Albimanus [20]     albimanus Wiedemann, 1820b
Oswaldoi [20] Oswaldoi [20] Oswaldoi [20]   aquasalis Curry, 1932a
     evansae (Brèthes, 1926)a
     galvaoi Causey, Deane & Deane, 1943a
     ininii Senevet & Abonnenc, 1938
     konderi Galvão & Damasceno, 1942 (s.s.)a
     oswaldoi (Peryassú, 1922) (s.s.)a
     rangeli Gabaldon, Cova Garcia & López, 1940a
     sanctielii Senevet & Abonnenc, 1938
     trinkae Faran, 1979
    Nuneztovari [65, 66] dunhami Causey, 1945a
     goeldii Rozeboom & Gabaldon, 1941a
     nuneztovari Gabaldon, 1940 (s.s.)a
   Strodei [20]   albertoi Unti, 1941a
     arthuri Unti, 1941 (s.s.)a
     rondoni (Neiva & Pinto, 1922)a
     striatus Sant’Ana & Sallum, 2016a
     strodei Root, 1926a
    Benarrochi [67] benarrochi Gabaldon, Cova Garcia & López, 1941 (s.s.)a
   Triannulatus [20]   halophylus Silva-do-Nascimento & Lourenço-de-Oliveira, 2002a
     triannulatus (Neiva & Pinto, 1922) (s.s.)a
Albitarsis [30] Albitarsis [30]   Albitarsis [68] albitarsis Lynch Arribálzaga, 1878 (s.s.)a
     deaneorum Rosa-Freitas, 1989a
     janconnae Wilkerson & Sallum, 2009a
     marajoara Galvão & Damasceno, 1942a
     oryzalimnetes Wilkerson & Motoki, 2009a
  Braziliensis [30]    braziliensis (Chagas, 1907)a
Argyritarsis Argyritarsis [30]    argyritarsis Robineau-Desvoidy, 1827a
     sawyeri Causey, Deane, Deane & Sampaio, 1943a
  Darlingi [30]    darlingi Root, 1926a
  Lanei [30]    lanei Galvão & Franco do Amaral, 1938a
  Pictipennis [30]    atacamensis González & Sallum, 2010a
     pictipennis (Philippi, 1865)a
Myzorhynchella     antunesi Galvão & Franco do Amaral, 1940a
     guarani Shannon, 1928a
     lutzii Cruz, 1901 (s.s.)
     nigritarsis (Chagas, 1907)a
     parvus (Chagas, 1907)a
     pristinus Nagaki & Sallum, 2010a
  1. Note: Sources of fourth-instar larvae and male genitalia photographed for the illustrations are denoted as: a FSP-USP, Brazil; b MUSNUVE