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Phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae) of Alagoas state, northeast of Brazil
Andrade Filho, José D;Brazil, Reginaldo P;
Neotropical Entomology , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2009000500022
Abstract: the phlebotomine sandflies of the state of alagoas are poorly known, with more than 40 years since the last report on sandflies in the state. in here, psathyromyia brasiliensis (costa lima), micropygomyia quinquefer (dyar,) and evandromyia termitophila (martins, falc?o & silva) are registered for the first time in alagoas. this report increases to nine the number of species collected in the state, including lutzomyia longipalpis (lutz & neiva), migonemyia migonei (fran?a), nyssomyia whitmani (antunes & coutinho) and nyssomyia intermedia (lutz & neiva), all vectors of leishmania in brazil.
Nuevos registros de Phlebotominae (Diptera: Psychodidae) para la Argentina New records of Phlebotominae (Diptera: Psychodidae) from Argentina
Oscar D. Salomón,José D. Andrade Filho,María S. Fernández,Juan R. Rosa
Revista de la Sociedad Entomol?3gica Argentina , 2010,
Abstract: La presente nota informa sobre 5 nuevos registros de especies de Phlebotominae para Argentina: Micropygomyia oswaldoi (Mangabeira) y Pintomyia bianchigalatiae (Andrede-Filho, Aguiar, Dias & Falc o) en Iguazú, provincia de Misiones; Psathyromyia lanei (Barretto & Coutinho) en Posadas, Misiones; y Pintomyia torresi (Le Pont & Desjeux) en Nueva Pompeya, provincia de Chaco. Sciopemyia sordellii (Shannon & Del Ponte) y Brumptomyia brumpti (Larrouse), halladas en Iguazú, son nuevas citas para Misiones. The present paper provides 5 new records of phlebotomine sand flies for Argentina: Micropygomyia oswaldoi (Mangabeira) and Pintomyia bianchigalatiae (Andrade Filho, Aguiar, Dias & Falc o), collected in Iguazú, province of Misiones, Psathyromyia lanei (Barretto & Coutinho), from Posadas, Misiones; and Pintomyia torresi (Le Pont & Desjeux), from Nueva Pompeya, province of Chaco. Sciopemyia sordellii (Shannon & Del Ponte), and Brumptomyia brumpti (Larrouse), collected in Iguazú, are new records for the province of Misiones.
Description of evandromyia spelunca, a new phlebotomine species of the cortelezzii complex, from a cave in Minas Gerais State, Brazil (Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae)
Gustavo ML Carvalho, Reginaldo P Brazil, Cristiani C Sanguinette, José D Andrade Filho
Parasites & Vectors , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/1756-3305-4-158
Abstract: The morphological characters of the new species permit to include in the Evandromyia genus, cortelezzii complex. This complex consists of three species: Evandromyia corumbaensis (Galati, Nunes, Oshiro & Rego, 1989), Evandromyia cortelezzii (Brethes, 1923) and Evandromyia sallesi (Galvao & Coutinho, 1940).The new species can be separate from the others of the cortelezzii complex through morphological characters of the male terminalia and female spermathecae.Sand flies are responsible for transmission of the genus Leishmania among vertebrates hosts and study of this insect group is of great importance in attempts to control of leishmaniasis [1]. In Brazil, the cave fauna of insects is poorly documented, and among the insects that live or frequent caves and their adjacent environments, phlebotomine sand flies call for special attention because several species are vectors of arboviruses and protozoa, among other parasites.The geographical distribution of the sand flies species depends on their ability to adapt to different ecological niches. Thus, by its development in the immature stages and their feeding habits when adults, the species of sand flies are found where both larvae and adults can find appropriate environments for their development, including blood supply for females. In this way, the geographical distribution of species can be restricted to their access to a specific environment and vertebrate host. Already the occurrence of leishmaniasis is basically determined by the presence of both a susceptible vector and a host/reservoir equally susceptible to the infection [2].The growing of tourism, involving a search for natural attractions such as cave exploration, demands a better knowledge of the threats to health that people may face in those new areas.In the present investigation a new species of sand fly from Minas Gerais is described based on both genders collected in a cave in the Lassance municipality.Sand flies were collected using CDC light traps (HP mo
Distribui??o geográfica do complexo cortelezzii (Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae) no Brasil
Carvalho, Gustavo M L;Brazil, Reginaldo P;Falc?o, Alda L;Andrade Filho, José D;
Neotropical Entomology , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2009000600026
Abstract: there are nearly 500 species of sandflies in americas, 30 of which are vectors of leishmaniasis. evandromyia cortelezzii (brèthes), e. sallesi (galv?o & coutinho) and e. corumbaensis (galati et al) comprise the cortelezzii complex. these species are morphologically similar and many times misidentified. due to the epidemiological importance recently attributed to this complex, a detailed study was carried out in order to correct wrongful information due to their misidentification, and update their geographical distribution. evandromyia corumbaensis was found to have a regional distribution, while the other two species are widely distributed in the brazilian territory.
Flebotomíneos (Diptera: Psychodidae) coletados com armadilha malaise no Centro-Oeste de Minas Gerais
Andrade-Filho, José D.;Oliveira, Roberto C. de;Fonseca, Alysson R.;
Neotropical Entomology , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2008000100018
Abstract: the aim of this paper was to verify the sand fly species collected with malaise trap in the cities of divinópolis and pedra do indaiá, both located in minas gerais state. collections were carried out between november 2003 and october 2004. thirty two specimens were captured belonging to seven species: pintomyia monticola (costa lima), nyssomyia whitmani (antunes & coutinho), pintomyia christenseni (young & duncan), evandromyia cortelezzii (brèthes), sciopemyia sordellii (shannon & del ponte), pintomyia pessoai (coutinho & barretto) and psathyromyia aragaoi (costa lima).
An efficient synthesis of D-galactose-based multivalent neoglycoconjugates
Andrade, Saulo F. de;Figueiredo, Rute C.;Souza Filho, José D. de;Alves, Ricardo J.;
Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-50532012000600010
Abstract: in this work, the synthesis of dimeric, trimeric and tetrameric d-galactose-based neoglycoconjugates is reported. the monosaccharide ligand was prepared in 5 straightforward steps from d-galactose using the doebner modification of the knoevenagel reaction for chain elongation. the ligand was coupled to 1,4-butanediamine, tris-(2-ethylamino)amine, pentaerythrityltetramine and pamam dendrimers (1,4-butanodiamine core g0 and 1,12-dodecanediamine core g0). the unprotected glycodendrimers were purified by size-exclusion chromatography (sec). this was the only step in which a chromatographic method was employed throughout the synthetic route. this is a new and efficient strategy for the preparation of neoglycoconjugates.
Nota sobre Lutzomyia mamedei Oliveira, Afonso, Dias & Brazil (Diptera: Psychodidae)
Andrade Filho, José D.;Falc?o, Alda L.;Brazil, Reginaldo P.;
Anais da Sociedade Entomológica do Brasil , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0301-80591999000200023
Abstract: after examing the holotype and paratypes of lutzomyia mamedei kept at the sandfly collection at centro de pesquisas rené rachou-fiocruz we observed small posterior projections of the ascoids and very small spines in the hind femurs. although l. mamedei had been allocated in the subgenus pressatia, both characters are typical of the subgenus pintomyia costa lima 1932 thus we reallocate l. mamedei in this subgenus.
Biology of Lutzomyia lenti (Mangabeira) (Diptera: Psychodidae)
Brazil, Reginaldo P.;Carneiro, Viviane L.;Andrade Filho, José D.;Alves, Jeane C. M.;Falc?o, Alda L.;
Anais da Sociedade Entomológica do Brasil , 1997, DOI: 10.1590/S0301-80591997000100026
Abstract: foi iniciada uma col?nia de lutzomyia lenti (mangabeira) com fêmeas capturadas em galinheiro, em betim, mg, utilizando-se armadilha luminosa. a col?nia apresentou um ciclo médio de 40,2 dias de ovo a adulto a 26° - 28°c e a ur 80 ± 5%. as fêmeas alimentaram-se avidamente em hamster [mesocriscetus auratus (waterhouse)], com uma postura média de 36,1 ovos / fêmea, sendo relativamente fácil de manter em laboratório. estudos preliminares de susceptibilidade sugerem que esta espécie é refratária à infec??o por leishmania.
Phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) of the province of Chaco, Argentina
Rosa, Juan R;Salomon, Oscar D;Andrade Filho, José D;Carvalho, Gustavo M L;Szelag, Enrique A;Stein, Marina;Tapia, Eliana S;Brazil, Reginaldo P;
Neotropical Entomology , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2010000200024
Abstract: the phlebotomine sandflies of the province of chaco, argentina, are poorly known, with reports from more than 40 years or captures related with outbreaks of leishmaniasis. in here, mycropygomyia peresi (mangabeira) is reported for the first time in argentina, extending the known dstribution of migonemyia migonei (fran?a), evandromyia sallesi (galv?o & coutinho), mycropygomyia quinquefer (dyar), brumptomyia brumpti (larousse) y nemapalpus spp to the province of chaco. mg. migonei, together with nyssomyia neivai (pinto), evandromyia cortelezzii (brèthes), and psathyromyia shannoni (dyar) also captured in chaco, were incriminated as vectors of leishmania in argentina.
Nuevos registros de Phlebotominae (Diptera: Psychodidae) para la Argentina
Salomón,Oscar D.; Andrade Filho,José D.; Fernández,María S.; Rosa,Juan R.; Szelag,Enrique A.; Santini,María S.;
Revista de la Sociedad Entomol?3gica Argentina , 2010,
Abstract: the present paper provides 5 new records of phlebotomine sand flies for argentina: micropygomyia oswaldoi (mangabeira) and pintomyia bianchigalatiae (andrade filho, aguiar, dias & falc?o), collected in iguazú, province of misiones, psathyromyia lanei (barretto & coutinho), from posadas, misiones; and pintomyia torresi (le pont & desjeux), from nueva pompeya, province of chaco. sciopemyia sordellii (shannon & del ponte), and brumptomyia brumpti (larrouse), collected in iguazú, are new records for the province of misiones.
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