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P. J. Barraud1931Descriptions of eight new species of Indian culicine mosquitoes
P. J. Barraud1931Notes on some Indian mosquitoes of the subgenus Stegomyia, with descriptions of new species
P. J. Barraud1929A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part XXVI. The genera Heizmannia, Haemagogus, Topomyia, and Megarhinus
P. J. Barraud1929A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part XXV. The genera Mucidus, Mimomyia, Ficalbia, Rachionotomyia, and Hodgesia
P. J. Barraud1928A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part XXIV. The Indian species of the subgenera Skusea and Aedes, with descriptions of eight new species, and remarks on a new method for identifying the females of the subgenus Aedes
P. J. Barraud1928A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part XXIII. The genus Aedes (sens. lat.) and the classification of the subgenera. ...
P. J. Barraud1927A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part XXI. Descriptions of new species of Aedimorphus and Finlaya, and notes on Stegomyia albolineata (Theo.)
P. J. Barraud1927A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part XXII. The Indian species of the genus Tæniorhynchus (including Mansonioides), with a description of one new species
P. J. Barraud1927A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part XIX. The Indian species of Aëdomyia [sic] and Orthopodomyia with descriptions of two new species
P. J. Barraud1927A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. XX. The Indian species of Armigeres (including Leicesteria), with descriptions of two new species
P. J. Barraud1926A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part XVIII. The Indian species of Uranotaenia and Harpagomyia, with descriptions of five new species
P. J. Barraud1924A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part X. The larvae of Indian species of Lutzia Theo.
P. J. Barraud1924A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part VIII. Further descriptions of Indian species of Finlaya Theo.
P. J. Barraud1924Four new mosquitoes from the western Himalayas
P. J. Barraud1924A new mosquito from Kashmir
P. J. Barraud1924A new mosquito from Kashmir and the North-west Frontier Province
P. J. Barraud1924A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part XI. Some Indian species of Culex L.
P. J. Barraud1924A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part XII. Further descriptions of Indian species of Culex L. including two new species
P. J. Barraud1924A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part XIII. Further descriptions of Indian species of Culex L. including three new species
P. J. Barraud1924A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part XIV. The Indian species of the subgenus Culiciomyia (Theo.) Edw., including one new species
P. J. Barraud1924A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. XV. The Indian species of the subgenus Lophoceratomyia [sic] (Theo.) Edw., including two new species
P. J. Barraud1923A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part III. Notes on certain Indian species of the genus Finlaya, Theo. and descriptions of new species
P. J. Barraud1923A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part I. The genera Stegomyia, Theo. and Christophersiomyia gen. n. adult stage
P. J. Barraud1923A revision of the culicine mosquitoes of India. Part V. Further notes on the genera Stegomyia, Theo. and Finlaya, Theo. with descriptions of new species
P. J. Barraud1923Two new species of Culex (Diptera, Culicidae) from Assam
K. L. Chowdhury1929A new variety of protanopheline A. barbirostris van der Wulp, var. ahomi, found in Upper Assam
S. R. Christophers1926A. (Myzomyia) pattoni, a new Anopheles [sic] from Shan-tung, North China; with notes on some other species of Anopheles [sic] from the same locality
S. R. Christophers1924Some Himalayan and peninsular varieties of Indian species of Anopheles
S. R. Christophers1924Some further varieties of Indian species of Anopheles with notes on the species A. pallidus Theobald and A. philippinensis Ludlow
S. R. Christophers1923A new East-African anopheline (A. kingi) related to A. natalensis, Hill and Hayden, and A. watsonii, Leicester
S. R. Christophers1922The development and structure of the terminal abdominal segments and hypopygium of the mosquito with observations on the homologies of the terminal segments of the larva
S. R. Christophers1916A revision of the nomenclature of Anophelini
S. R. Christophers1916A new anopheline with unspotted wings from Mesopotamia (Anopheles lukisii)
S. R. Christophers1915The male genitalia of Anopheles
S. R. Christophers, Chand K.1915Notes on some anophelines from Arabia and Mesopotamia
S. R. Christophers, Puri I. M.1931Notes on some anopheline mosquitoes collected in Sierra Leone including differentiation of Anopheles dthali Patton (Mediterranean) as a distinct species from Anopheles rhodesiensis Theo. (Ethiopian)
G. Covell1927A new species of Anopheles from eastern India, A. (Myzomyia) ramsayi; with a new description of A. (Myzomyia) jamesii Theobald
F. W. Edwards1922A synopsis of adult Oriental culicine (including megarhinine and sabethine) mosquitoes. Part I
F. W. Edwards1922A synopsis of adult Oriental culicine (including megarhinine and sabethine) mosquitoes. Part II
M. O. T. Iyengar1929Adult and larval stages of Anopheles majidi
M. O. T. Iyengar1924On the Indian anophelines of the funestus group and the description of a new species (Diptera, Culicidae)
I. M. Puri1930A note on two species of Indian anopheline mosquitoes―A. insulaeflorum Swellengrebel and A. aitkenii James, with its variety bengalensis nov. var.
I. M. Puri1929Description of the male, female, egg and larva of Anopheles annandalei var. interruptus nov. var., with corrections for the previous descriptions of the type species
I. M. Puri1929A new tree-hole breeding Anopheles from South India―Anopheles sintoni sp. nov. ―and a revised description of the larva of A. culiciformis Cogill
I. M. Puri1928On two species of Indian anopheline mosquitoes, A. jeyporiensis James and A. moghulensis Christophers
[C. ] Strickland1917A new species of anopheline, Myzorhynchus similis from the Malay Peninsula
C. Strickland1916A new species of protanopheline from Malaya, Myzorhynchus hunteri
C. Strickland1916An umbrosus-like anopheline from Malaya—Myzorhynchus novumrosus [sic]
C. Strickland1915Note on Anopheles brevipalpis Roper, and description of its egg and larva
T. C. M. Young, Majid S. A.1928A variety of Anopheles [sic] karwari collected in Coorg, S. India
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