Triatominae


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Tri·a·to·mi·nae

(trī'ă-tō'mi-nē),
A subfamily of insects (family Reduviidae, suborder Heteroptera) that are vertebrate bloodsuckers and include such important disease vector species as Panstrongylus, Rhodnius, and Triatoma; they are commonly called conenose or kissing bugs.
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The Triatominae and Triatominae-borne trypanosomes of North and Central America and the West Indies, a bibliography with index.
Biology of three Mexican-American species of Triatominae (Hemiptera: Reduviidae Triatominae).
gajardoi is distributed approximately between 18[degrees] S and 26[degrees] S and is the only genus of Triatominae showing marked wing polymorphism.
neglectus en Brasil (67); especies del complejo protracta y sus potenciales reservorios en Mexico (68); asi como para analizar la distribucion de otras especies de Triatominae en Mexico (69); diferenciar nichos ecologicos de T.
En sintesis, el uso de datos producidos por sensores remotos, integrados con otros datos ambientales en formato digital, usando bases de datos espaciales permite avanzar sobre la posibilidad de estudiar la distribucion de Triatominae y aspectos espaciales de la prevalencia.
The insect vectors of Chagas' disease belong to the Hemiptera order, Reduviidae family, and Triatominae subfamily (kissing bugs).
Infeccion natural de chinches Triatominae con Trypanosoma cruzi asociadas a las viviendas humanas en Mexico.
Nuclear rDNA-based molecular clock of the evolution of triatominae (Hemiptera: Reduviidae), vectors of Chagas disease.
religiosa; this parallels the situation for at least one other insect group that stridulates defensively, the Triatominae (Reduviidae) (Schilman et al.
Bacterial symbionts of the triatominae and their potential use in control of Chagas disease transmission.
The triatominae of North and Central America and the West Indies and their public health significance.