Cimex hemipterus

Cimex hemipterus

a bedbug frequently found in the tropics.
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Cimex hemipterus was first documented in Gainesville, Florida, in 1938 with several other reports of this species across the state occurring in the 1930s and early 1940s, including in Alachua, Pinellas, Polk, and Sarasota counties (Hixson 1943).
The feeding process of Cimex lectularius (Linnaeus 1758) and Cimex hemipterus (Fabricius 1803) on different bloodmeal sources.
Bed bugs belong to the family Cimicidae and there are two species involved in the modern resurgence; the Common bed bug, Cimex lectularius and the Tropical bed bug, Cimex hemipterus.
Although ample literature is available on the aggregation of bedbugs however, not much attention has been paid to the chemical ecology of semiochemicals from the excreta extract responsible for aggregation in tropical bedbug Cimex hemipterus.
Alarm pheromones and chemical communication in nymphs of the tropical bedbug Cimex hemipterus (Hemiptera: Cimicidae).
In addition, 1 Cimex hemipterus bed bug (3%) (1/39), collected from a household in S1 in February 2012, tested positive.
384 Bed bugs Cimex hemipterus 160 Type of rickettsia Group (% positive samples) Reference Fleas None (13) None Rickettsia sp.
Potential for insect transmission of HIV: Experimental exposure of Cimex hemipterus and Toxorhynchites amboinensis to human immunodeficiency virus.
and the tropical bed bug Cimex hemipterus (Fabricius), feed upon human blood (Delaunay et al.
High prevalence of bedbugs Cimex hemipterus and Cimex lectularis in camps for internally displaced persons in Freetown, Sierra Leone: a pilot humanitarian investigation.
Approximately seven different species of bedbug feed on human blood, but the two most common species are Cimex lectularis and Cimex hemipterus (Cleary, 2004).
High prevalence of bed bugs Cimex hemipterus and Cimex lectularis in camps for internally displaced persons in Freetown, Sierra Leone: a pilot humanitarian investigation.