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New records of Simuliidae (Diptera, Nematocera) in the State of S?o Paulo, Brazil
Pepinelli, Mateus;Trivinho-Strixino, Susana;Hamada, Neusa;
Revista Brasileira de Entomologia , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0085-56262003000400020
Abstract: adult and immature simuliidae were studied in 31 streams of 8 regions of the state of s?o paulo. among the 25 species collected, seven are new records for the state of s?o paulo, and one of them, simulium shewellianum coscarón, 1985 for brazil as well.
Stomach content analysis of potential predators of Simuliidae (Diptera: Nematocera) in two lowland forest streams, Central Amazonia, Brazil
Alencar, Yamile B.;Hamada, Neusa;Magni-Darwich, Sandra;
Anais da Sociedade Entomológica do Brasil , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0301-80591999000200017
Abstract: o conteúdo estomacal de insetos (plecoptera e odonata), crustáceos e peixes foi analisado por meio de dissec??o para se verificar a preda??o sobre imaturos de simulídeos e identifica??o dos outros itens alimentares. o trabalho foi realizado em dois igarapés da reserva florestal adolpho ducke (sabiá-i), manaus - am, pertencente ao instituto nacional de pesquisas da amaz?nia (inpa), com espécimes coletados mensalmente no período de abril de 1992 a maio de 1993 e nos meses de novembro de 1993 e junho de 1994. as coletas foram realizadas por meio de cestas-armadilhas (contendo folhas de jambeiro, eugenia malaccensis l., myrtaceae) e rapiché. constatou-se a preda??o de imaturos de simuliidae por um exemplar de peixe (microcharacidium gnomus, characidae), plecoptera (perlidae) e odonata (gomphidae, agrionidae, libellulidae, dicteriadidae e coenagrionidae). outros itens alimentares observados nos organismos analisados foram diptera (chironomidae), trichoptera (hydropsychidae, hydroptilidae), coleoptera (elmidae), hymenoptera (formicidae), ephemeroptera (baetidae, leptophlebidae), outros insetos, ovos de insetos, hydracarina, crustacea, nematoda, detritos e restos vegetais.
Imaturos de Simuliidae (Diptera, Nematocera) e caracteriza??o de seus criadouros no Parque Estadual Intervales, SP, Brasil
Pepinelli, Mateus;Trivinho-Strixino, Susana;Hamada, Neusa;
Revista Brasileira de Entomologia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0085-56262005000400012
Abstract: larvae and pupae of simuliidae species living in parque estadual intervales streams were collected in two periods (august/2001 and february/2002) in six streams of the rio ribeira basin segment inside the biological reserve. thirteen species were identified. s. nogueirai and s. subclavibranchium were the most frequent and abundant species. the simuliidae abundance was higher in the wet season (february/2002) and in organic substrates (leaves, woods, stems).
Atividade econ?mica de celulose e papel e desenvolvimento local: a história da Klabin e do município de Telêmaco Borba, PR
Silva, Heloísa de Puppi e;Silva, Christian Luiz da;Andreoli, Cleverson V.;
Intera??es (Campo Grande) , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1518-70122011000200002
Abstract: the klabin company has been installed in parana state for nearly 70 years, providing the emergence of telemaco borba's city. the aim of this study is to notice, from historical facts, the relations between klabin and telemaco borba. the klabin company promotes, indirectly, the development of the city when it encourages other activities, but telemaco borba city dependents, culturally, of the comp, of the company to influence the development of the city.
As espécies neotropicais da família Simuliidae Schiner (Diptera Nematocera): II. Lutzsimulium cruzi, n. gen. e n. sp. e nova concep??o da nerva??o das asas dos Simulídeos
D'Andreta Junior, C.;D'Andreta, M. A. V.;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1946, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761946000300001
Abstract: a new system for wing venation of simuliidae is proposed. lutzsimulium cruzi n., gen. and n. sp. is described based on an single female and its pupal skin.
Espécies neotropicais da família Simuliidae Schiner: (Diptera Nematocera): II. Lutzsimulium cruzi, n. gen. e n. sp. e nova concep??o da nerva??o das asas dos Simulídeos
d'Andretta Júnior, C.;d'Andretta, M. V.;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1947, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761947000300011
Abstract: a new system for wing venation of simuliidae is proposed. lutzsimulium cruzi n., gen. and n. sp. is described based on a single female and its pupal skin.
As espécies neotropicais da família Simuliidae Schiner, 1864 (Diptera-Nematocera): I. Simulim (Eusimulium) orbitale Lutz, 1910, Simulium (Eusimulium) pintoi n. sp. e Simulium nigrimanum MACQUART, 1837, sp. inquirendae
d'Andretta, M. A. Vulcano;d'Andretta Júnior, C.;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1945, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761945000400004
Abstract: the present paper initiates a serial, in which the authors propose revising the neotropical species of simuliidae. in this first contribution, a bibliographical survey, and redescriptions of the male, female, pupa and larva of s. (e.) orbitale lutz, 1910, are presented; a full description of s. (e.) pintoi n. sp. based on male, female, pupa and larva is given; s. nigrimanum macq. 1837 is considered a sp. inquirendae.
"Jejenes" (Diptera: Simuliidae) of Nahuel Huapi National Park, Patagonia, Argentina: Preliminary results
Hernández,Luis M.; Montes de Oca,Fernanda; Penn,Malcolm; Massaferro,Julieta; Garré,Analía; Brooks,Stephen J.;
Revista de la Sociedad Entomol?3gica Argentina , 2009,
Abstract: the simuliidae is a family of diptera with approximately 2072 described species worldwide. the females of the majority of the species feed from vertebrates' blood, which makes them a significant plague that affects both men as well as cattle, birds, and other vertebrates. the objective of this paper is to create an inventory of simuliidae and to reveal certain aspects of the biology and distribution of this family of aquatic insects in the nahuel huapi national park. moreover, information on the zoogeography of simuliidae in patagonia is provided. five genera, 3 subgenera and 32 species simuliidae are recorded from patagonia: cnesia (three spp.), cnesiamima (one sp.), gigantodax (14 spp.), paraustrosimulium (one sp.), simulium (ectemnaspis) (one sp.), s. (psaroniocompsa) (one sp.) and s. ( pternaspatha) (11 spp.), at present, we have collected all five genera, one subgenus of simulium (pternaspatha), and 19 species of simuliidae in the park, which amounts to 57% of the simuliidae fauna in this area. puerto blest, a characteristic area of the high-andean phytogeographical province (humid forest), showed the highest diversity of simuliidae.
Estado del conocimiento taxonómico de la fauna de Chironomidae (Diptera: Nematocera) de la Patagonia Current state of the taxonomic knowledge of the Chironomidae fauna (Diptera: Nematocera) from Patagonia  [cached]
Mariano Donato,Julieta Massaferro,Stephen J. Brooks
Revista de la Sociedad Entomol?3gica Argentina , 2009,
Abstract: La familia Chironomidae (Diptera: Nematocera) es uno de los grupos de insectos más ampliamente distribuidos y abundantes en cuerpos de agua dulce. Los representantes de esta familia pueden explotar áreas con amplios gradientes ambientales. La información que se presenta está basada en la recopilación de datos distribucionales bibliográficos, del estudio del material tipo de las especies de Chironomidae depositadas en el Natural History Museum (UK) y del material de colección del Museo de La Plata (Argentina). En la Patagonia, se registran 9 subfamilias, la subfamilia monotípica Chilenomyiinae es endémica de esta área. Dentro de estas subfamilias, 53 de los 111 géneros conocidos para América del Sur están presentes en la Patagonia. Del total de géneros de la Patagonia, el 20 % es endémico y 7 de ellos muestran relaciones transantárticas. En la Patagonia, se registran 177 especies de Chironomidae, el 98% de éstas son endémicas, el 3 % son consideradas nomina dubia y el 17% requiere revisión ya que su ubicación sistemática es dudosa. Las descripciones originales de las especies patagónicas de Chironomidae están basadas principalmente sobre machos (n=58) y machos y hembras (n=43), ambas representan el 57% del total; el resto de las especies han sido descriptas con diferentes combinaciones de estadios del ciclo de desarrollo. The Chironomidae (Diptera: Nematocera) family is one of the most widely distributed group of insects and often the most abundant in freshwater environments. Representatives of this family can exploit a wide range of environmental gradients. The information here presented is based on the compilation of distributional data obtained from bibliography, the study of the type material deposited in the Natural History Museum (UK) and the collection material from Museo de La Plata (Argentina). Nine subfamilies are recorded from Patagonia, being the monotypic subfamily Chilenomyiinae endemic for the area. From the 111 known genera from South America, 53 are present in the studied area. Aproximately 20 % of the genera recorded from Patagonia are endemic and 7 of them have transantarctic relationships. In Patagonia there are 177 species of Chironomidae, out of which 98% are endemic, 3 % are considered nomina dubia and ca. 17 % requires revision since their systematic position is doubtful. The original descriptions of the chironomid species from Patagonia are based mainly on males (n=58) and males and females (n=43) both amounting to 57 % of the total, the rest of the species have been described using different combinations of stages from their lif
"Jejenes" (Diptera: Simuliidae) of Nahuel Huapi National Park, Patagonia, Argentina: Preliminary results "Jejenes" (Diptera: Simuliidae) del Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi, Patagonia, Argentina: Resultados preliminares
Luis M. Hernández,Fernanda Montes de Oca,Malcolm Penn,Julieta Massaferro
Revista de la Sociedad Entomol?3gica Argentina , 2009,
Abstract: The Simuliidae is a family of Diptera with approximately 2072 described species worldwide. The females of the majority of the species feed from vertebrates' blood, which makes them a significant plague that affects both men as well as cattle, birds, and other vertebrates. The objective of this paper is to create an inventory of Simuliidae and to reveal certain aspects of the biology and distribution of this family of aquatic insects in the Nahuel Huapi National Park. Moreover, information on the zoogeography of Simuliidae in Patagonia is provided. Five genera, 3 subgenera and 32 species Simuliidae are recorded from Patagonia: Cnesia (three spp.), Cnesiamima (one sp.), Gigantodax (14 spp.), Paraustrosimulium (one sp.), Simulium (Ectemnaspis) (one sp.), S. (Psaroniocompsa) (one sp.) and S. ( Pternaspatha) (11 spp.), At present, we have collected all five genera, one subgenus of Simulium (Pternaspatha), and 19 species of Simuliidae in the park, which amounts to 57% of the Simuliidae fauna in this area. Puerto Blest, a characteristic area of the High-Andean phytogeographical province (humid forest), showed the highest diversity of Simuliidae. Los simúlidos pertenecen a una familia de Diptera (Simuliidae) con alrededor de 2.072 especies descritas a nivel mundial. Las hembras de la mayoría de las especies se alimentan con sangre de vertebrados, lo cual las convierte en importantes plagas que afectan tanto al hombre como al ganado, aves y otros vertebrados. Los objetivos de este trabajo son llevar a cabo un inventario de Simuliidae y dar a conocer algunos aspectos de la biología y la distribución de esta familia de insectos acuáticos en el Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi, Argentina. Además, se proporciona información sobre la biogeografía de Simuliidae en la Patagonia. Cinco géneros, un subgénero y 32 especies de simúlidos han sido registrados para Patagonia: Cnesia (3 spp.), Cnesiamima (1 sp.), Gigantodax (14 spp.), Paraustrosimulium (1 sp.), Simulium (Ectemnaspis (1 sp.), S. (Psaroniocompsa) (1 sp.) y Simulium (Pternaspatha) (11 spp.). Hasta el presente, se han colectado los cinco géneros, un subgénero (Pternaspatha) y 19 especies de Simuliidae en el PNNH, lo cual representa el 57% de la fauna de Simuliidae en esta área. La mayor diversidad de Simuliidae se encontró en Puerto Blest, zona característica del bosque de la provincia fitogeográfica Alto-Andina.
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