An illustrated guide for characters and terminology used in descriptions of Phlebotominae (Diptera, Psychodidae
Study of phlebotomines (Diptera, Psychodidae
) in the urban area of Bonito municipality, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil.
(2006) Two new species and new records of Psychoda Latreille (Diptera, Psychodidae
, Psychodinae) from Brazil, with comments on supraspecific classification of the genus and an actualized list of Latin American and Caribbean islands species.
Lewis, "A taxonomic review of the genus Phlebotomus (Diptera: Psychodidae
)," Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), vol.
Rojas, "Laboratory and field evaluations of a repellent soap containing diethyl toluamide (DEET) and permethrin against phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae
) in Valle del Cauca, Colombia," The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol.
Ecological aspects of Phelobotomine (Diptera: Psychodidae
) in an endemic area of tegumentary leishmaniasis in the Northeastern Argentina, 1993-1998.
In reality, presence of Psychodidae
finds its explanation in presence of ammonia emissions from bovine's urine adjoining grazing land located in South-West of Reghaia Swamp.
Although many species maybe the cause for this condition, almost all of the cases of urogenital myiasis reported from our country are caused by Psychoda albipennis which belongs to the Psychodidae
family and which lives especially in damp bathrooms of houses.
Very little is known of the Psychodidae
from this ecoregion; a total of 18 species are known from the Ulunguru area near Morogoro and from the West Usambara mountains (Duckhouse 1987; Wagner & Andersen 2007).
Larvae from two different fresh urine samples were identified morphologically as larvae of Clogmia albipunctata (Diptera: Psychodidae
En Argentina se ha reportado un total de 28 especies de la subfamilia Phlebotominae (Diptera: Psychodidae
), la mayoria de ellas pertenecientes al genero Lutzomyia (8).
ITS 2 sequences heterogeneity in Phlebotomus sergenti and Phlebotomus similis (Diptera Psychodidae
): possible consequences in their ability to transmit Leishmania tropica.