The larva of Culex salinarius is completely described and illustrated, except for the mouth parts, and compared with the morphologically similar larva of Cx. nigripalpus. At least 8 characters have been found to separate larvae of the two species of which 7 give 90% or higher divergence while the remaining character gives 87% separation.
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Vol. 22 • No. 2