The pupae of Ochlerotatus albolateralis and Oc. deccanus are described and illustrated for the first time from specimens collected in the Himalayan Mountains in Nepal, breeding in tree holes and bamboo stumps. Chaetotaxal tables and illustrations show the morphology of their setae. Characters to recognize each species are explained.
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