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Table 2 Comparative analysis between the morphometric findings of Aedes aegypti eggs identified in this research and the results of Suman et al. [23], Linley [19], and Faull and Williams [24]

From: Aedes aegypti: egg morphology and embryonic development

  Ae. aegyptia* Ae. aegyptib** Ae. aegyptic Ae. aegyptid Ae. aegyptie*** Ae. aegyptif****
Length 581.45 ± 39.73 580.09 ± 32.30 625.65 ± 19.91 670.2 ± 7.2 554.41 ± 36.56 562.62 ± 30.85
Width 175.36 ± 11.59 166.75 ± 19.76 183.30 ± 11.04 186.3 ± 2.2 167.65 ± 7.05 160.15 ± 9.73
Length/width 3.32 ± 0.26 3.51 ± 0.35 3.61 ± 0.05 3.31 ± 0.18 3.52 ± 0.27
Diameter of micropylar disc 18.75 ± 1.92 20.79 ± 1.94 33.49 ± 3.9 34.19 ± 5.4
  1. aEgg population of São Paulo, bEgg population of Maranhão, cEgg population found by Suman et al [23],  dEgg popultaion found by Linley et al [23], eEgg populations of Cairns-Australia found by Faull and WIlliams [24], **** Egg population of Charters Towers-Australia found by Faull and Williams [24]