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A wing morphometric change could lead to epidemiological speculation, in the sense of what might occur in wild populations of Phlebotominae, which could suffer a similar decrease in the size of the wings in domiciliated populations (20).
Eratyrus mucronatus (Hemiptera, Triatominae) Domiciliated and Fed With Human and Dog Blood in Merida State, Venezuela: A Potential Risk in the Transmission of the Chagas Disease: Technical Note