The morphology of third instar larvae of Solter ledereri Navás, 1912 is described and figured for the first time using light and scanning electron microscopy. The females were collected from Karacadağ Mountain, Diyarbakir Province, Turkey, and maintained in the laboratory. The different parts of the third instar larvae such as head, mandibles, antennae and types of sensory receptors are described and illustrated.
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Vol. 124 • No. 1