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Numerical Taxonomy of Old World Phlebotominae (Diptera: Psychodidae): 2. Restatement of Classification upon Subgeneric Morphological Characters
Rispail, Philippe;Léger, Nicole;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1998, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761998000600016
Abstract: numerical analyses (correspondence analysis, ascending hierarchical classification, and cladistics) were done with morphological characters of adult phlebotomine sand flies. the resulting classification largely confirms that of classical taxonomy for supra-specific groups from the old world, though the positions of some groups are adjusted. the taxa spelaeophlebotomus theodor 1948, idiophlebotomus quate & fairchild 1961, australophlebotomus theodor 1948 and chinius leng 1987 are notably distinct from other old world groups, particularly from the genus phlebotomus rondani & berté 1840. spelaeomyia theodor 1948 and, in particular, parvidens theodor & mesghali 1964 are clearly separate from sergentomyia fran?a & parrot 1920.
Numerical Taxonomy of Old World Phlebotominae (Diptera: Psychodidae): 1. Considerations of Morphological Characters in the Genus Phlebotomus Rondani & Berté 1840
Rispail, Philippe;Léger, Nicole;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1998, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761998000600015
Abstract: numerical analyses (correspondence analysis, ascending hierarchical classification, cladistic approach) were applied to the morphological characters of the adults of the genus phlebotomus rondani & berté 1840. they confirm the reliability of the classic classifications, and also redefine the taxonomic and phylogenetic position of certain taxa. thus, spelaeophlebotomus theodor 1948, idiophlebotomus quate & fairchild 1961 and australophlebotomus theodor 1948 deserve generic rank. among the vectors of leishmaniasis, the subgenus phlebotomus rondani & berté 1840 is probably ancient. the results attribute an intermediate taxonomic and phylogenetic position to the taxa euphlebotomus theodor 1948 and anaphlebotomus theodor 1948, and reveal the probable artificial nature of the latter. the comparatively large numbers of species of subgenera paraphlebotomus theodor 1948, synphlebotomus theodor 1948 and, above all, larroussius nitzulescu 1931 and adlerius nitzulescu 1931, suggest that they are relatively recent. the development of adult morphological characters, the validity of their use in taxonomy and proposals for further studies are discussed.
Numerical Taxonomy of Old World Phlebotominae (Diptera: Psychodidae): 2. Restatement of Classification upon Subgeneric Morphological Characters
Rispail Philippe,Léger Nicole
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1998,
Abstract: Numerical analyses (correspondence analysis, ascending hierarchical classification, and cladistics) were done with morphological characters of adult phlebotomine sand flies. The resulting classification largely confirms that of classical taxonomy for supra-specific groups from the Old World, though the positions of some groups are adjusted. The taxa Spelaeophlebotomus Theodor 1948, Idiophlebotomus Quate & Fairchild 1961, Australophlebotomus Theodor 1948 and Chinius Leng 1987 are notably distinct from other Old World groups, particularly from the genus Phlebotomus Rondani & Berté 1840. Spelaeomyia Theodor 1948 and, in particular, Parvidens Theodor & Mesghali 1964 are clearly separate from Sergentomyia Fran a & Parrot 1920.
Numerical Taxonomy of Old World Phlebotominae (Diptera: Psychodidae): 1. Considerations of Morphological Characters in the Genus Phlebotomus Rondani & Berté 1840
Rispail Philippe,Léger Nicole
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1998,
Abstract: Numerical analyses (correspondence analysis, ascending hierarchical classification, cladistic approach) were applied to the morphological characters of the adults of the genus Phlebotomus Rondani & Berté 1840. They confirm the reliability of the classic classifications, and also redefine the taxonomic and phylogenetic position of certain taxa. Thus, Spelaeophlebotomus Theodor 1948, Idiophlebotomus Quate & Fairchild 1961 and Australophlebotomus Theodor 1948 deserve generic rank. Among the vectors of leishmaniasis, the subgenus Phlebotomus Rondani & Berté 1840 is probably ancient. The results attribute an intermediate taxonomic and phylogenetic position to the taxa Euphlebotomus Theodor 1948 and Anaphlebotomus Theodor 1948, and reveal the probable artificial nature of the latter. The comparatively large numbers of species of subgenera Paraphlebotomus Theodor 1948, Synphlebotomus Theodor 1948 and, above all, Larroussius Nitzulescu 1931 and Adlerius Nitzulescu 1931, suggest that they are relatively recent. The development of adult morphological characters, the validity of their use in taxonomy and proposals for further studies are discussed.
Risk Zones of Human Leishmaniases in the Western Mediterranean Basin: Correlations between Vector Sand Flies, Bioclimatology and Phytosociology
Rispail, Philippe;Dereure, Jacques;Jarry, Daniel;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02762002000400004
Abstract: correspondence analysis was applied to sand fly sampling in 865 stations from the western mediterranean basin. the position of each of 24 species was determined with respect to the bioclimatic belts. thus, the multidimensional analyses manifest clear correlations between bioclimatic belts and their expression in the area, the phytosociological groupings, and vector species of visceral and cutaneous leishmaniases. the transfer of these data to usual maps allows to delimit the geographical distribution of these diseases in the western mediterranean basin and contributes to the determination, in a rational manner, of the high risk zones.
Risk Zones of Human Leishmaniases in the Western Mediterranean Basin: Correlations between Vector Sand Flies, Bioclimatology and Phytosociology
Rispail Philippe,Dereure Jacques,Jarry Daniel
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2002,
Abstract: Correspondence analysis was applied to sand fly sampling in 865 stations from the Western Mediterranean basin. The position of each of 24 species was determined with respect to the bioclimatic belts. Thus, the multidimensional analyses manifest clear correlations between bioclimatic belts and their expression in the area, the phytosociological groupings, and vector species of visceral and cutaneous leishmaniases. The transfer of these data to usual maps allows to delimit the geographical distribution of these diseases in the Western Mediterranean basin and contributes to the determination, in a rational manner, of the high risk zones.
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