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Phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) of the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil
Andrade, Andrey J de;Dantas-Torres, Filipe;
Neotropical Entomology , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2010000100016
Abstract: the phlebotomine sand fly fauna of the state of minas gerais is presented based on an extensive review of the literature. the fauna, which is a rich one, is currently known to consist of at least 93 species included in 16 genera. the genus evandromyia (16 spp.) is the most representative one, followed by micropygomyia (13 spp.), psathyromyia (12 spp.), brumptomyia (11 spp.), pintomyia (9 spp.), lutzomyia (7 spp.), psychodopygus (7 spp.), martinsmyia (4 spp.), nyssomyia (3 spp.), deanemyia (2 spp.), expapillata (2 spp.), pressatia (2 spp.), and sciopemyia (2 spp.). the genera bichromomyia, trichopygomyia, and migonemyia are represented by only one species. an updated list of phlebotomine sand fly species occurring in minas gerais is provided. finally, the importance of the species of public health concern is discussed.
SANDFLIES OF ILAM PROVINCE, WEST OF IRAN WITH DESCRIPTION OF TWO NEW SPECIES FROM THE GENUS PHLEBOTOMUS: PH. ILAMI AND PH. NADIMI.
E. Javadian,A. Jalali-Galousang,Seyedi-Rashti
Iranian Journal of Public Health , 1997,
Abstract: During the period of April to November 1994, an investigation was carried out on fauna of Phlebotominac in Ilam province, west of Iran. About 12000 sandflies were caught by sticky trap, light trap and aspirator from different ecological regions and were identified. These sandflies consist of 22 species (11 species from the genus Phlebotomus: Ph. paptasi, Ph.sergenti, Ph.alexandri, Ph.rnajor, Ph.tobbi, Ph.kandelakii, ph.perfiliewi. Ph.balcanicus and Ph.halepensis plus two new species of Phlebotomus and 11 species from the genus Sergentomyia: S. sintoni, S.dentata, S.antennata, S.theodori, S.mervynae, S.pawlowskyi, S.africana, S.clydei , S.tiberiadis , S.iranica and S.squatnipleurs). The two new species from genus Phlebotomus (Ph.nadimi and Ph.ilami) found in this study have been described in detail.
Diversidade, distribui??o e abundancia de flebotomíneos (Diptera: Psychodidae) no Paraná
Silva, Allan M. da;Camargo, Natal J. de;Santos, Demilson R. dos;Massafera, Rubens;Ferreira, Ad?o C.;Postai, Claudomiro;Cristóv?o, Edilson C.;Konolsaisen, José F.;Bisetto Jr., Alceu;Perinazo, Roque;Teodoro, Ueslei;Galati, Eunice A.B.;
Neotropical Entomology , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2008000200017
Abstract: due to the spread of the visceral leishmaniasis in brazilian territory, this research was undertaken with the objective to identify the sandfly fauna and aspects of the species? behavior in forest and anthropic environments in paraná state, brazil. the sandfly captures were sporadically carried out in 37 municipalities of the paraná state, during the period from march 2004 to november 2005. each municipality was once visited, when falc?o traps were installed during three consecutive nights in forested fragments and anthropic environments; captures with shannon traps installed in forests and edge of forests, inspection of walls and electric aspiration in domiciles and forested areas were sporadically undertaken. the data analysis was based on estimates of frequency and abundance of the species, by five native landscapes. a total of 38,662 specimens belonging to 23 species were captured. nyssomyia neivai (pinto) (75.6%), ny. whitmani (antunes & coutinho) (10.1%), migonemyia migonei (fran?a) (7.8%), expapillata firmatoi (barreto et al.) (2.1%) and pintomyia fischeri (pinto) (1.6%) together constituted 97.2% of the phlebotomine colletcted. high frequencies of sand flies were found in forests, henhouses, pigpens and domiciles. the three most frequent species have been implicated in transmission of tegumentary leishmaniasis in paraná and in the brazilian southeastern and southern regions. lutzomyia longipalpis (lutz & neiva), the visceral leishmaniasis vector was no found, however lutzomyia gaminariai (cordero et al.), female of which is similar to that of lu. longipalpis was captured, raising the need to investigate its behavior, including as regard to the vectorial competence.
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).
Preparation of sand fly (Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae) specimens for histological studies
Brazil, Beatriz Gomes;Lino-Neto, José;Brazil, Reginaldo Pe?anha;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02762003000200021
Abstract: phlebotominae sand fly specimens were prepared for histological and physiological studies. different fixatives were tested on sectioned and whole bodied adult females in order to obtain good fixation and provide satisfactory penetration of the embedding media. all fixed specimens were infiltrated (up to seven days under 5oc) and embedded in hydroxyethyl metacrylate. two-three μm sections were stained, mounted in canada balsam and observed by light microscopy. best results were achieved when whole bodied insects were double fixed in bouin's and carnoy's fluids (4 h/2 h) and stained in hematoxilin/eosin or fixed in calcium formaldehyde and stained in mercury bromophenol blue.
Sandflies (Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae) collected on the banks of the Velhas River in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil
Saraiva, Lara;Carvalho, Gustavo Mayr de Lima;Sanguinette, Cristiani de Castilho;Carvalho, Deborah Aparecida Alves de;Falc?o, Alda Lima;Andrade Filho, José Dilermando;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02762008000800018
Abstract: leishmaniases are endemic to several brazilian states, including minas gerais. as many cases of these diseases are diagnosed in minas gerais every year, this paper aimed to determine the diversity of the species of sandflies vector of leishmaniases, in lassance and corinto on the banks of the velhas river. over two years, 21,014 specimens of sandflies, belonging to 19 species were captured with light traps. of these specimens, nyssomyia neivai (pinto 1926) (84.18%), nyssomyia intermedia (lutz & neiva 1912) (13.41%), evandromyia lenti(mangabeira 1938) (0.99%) and evandromyia sallesi (galv?o & coutinho 1939) (0.48%) were the most represented. the former two species could be involved in the epidemiological chain of leishmaniasis in this region. no significant difference was found between the species compositions on the two river banks.
Description of Pintomyia (Pifanomyia) brazilorum sp. nov. a new fossil species from the Dominican Republic (Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae)
Andrade Filho, José Dilermando;Galati, Eunice A Bianchi;Falc?o, Alda Lima;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02762006000200004
Abstract: a sand fly fossil was found in amber, a vegetal resin, which allows all the external phlebotomine structures to be seen. the piece that contains the new species is 14 mm long ′ 8 mm wide ′ 3 mm high. all the structures from the head, thorax, and abdomen were examined under the microscope and measured with a calibrated micrometric eye-piece. the morphological aspects of the new species suggest its inclusion in the pintomyia genus, pifanomyia subgenus though it is not possible to include it in any of the series known for this subgenus. the presence of two atrophied spines on the gonostyles and gonocoxites without tufts of setae permit the exclusion of the new species from the other species of the subgenus pifanomyia. the new species is named pintomyia (pifanomyia) brazilorum sp. nov.
Taxonomic revision of phlebotomine sand fly species in the series davisi and panamensis of the subgenus Psychodopygus Mangabeira, 1941 (Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae)
Carvalho, Gustavo Mayr de Lima;Falc?o, Alda Lima;Andrade Filho, José Dilermando;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02762006000200002
Abstract: several species of the subgenus psychodopygus mangabeira, 1941 are known to be leishmaniosis vectors in brazil. some of them are morphologically similar, which makes their identification quite difficult concerning epidemiological studies. the aim of the current work is to study the morphology of adult specimens of the subgenus psychodopygus, in accordance with the morphological similarity and still taking into account the epidemiological importance of some species. thus 11 species have been studied, including four subspecies of adult specimens deposited in the phlebotomine collection of centro de pesquisas rené rachou-fiocruz. morphological characters found in the literature and new features observed in this study were recorded in a taxonomic discussion format. these characters make it easy to separate such species. four taxa, previously considered as subspecies, were raised to the category of species.
Aspectos ecológicos da leishmaniose tegumentar americana: 5. Estratifica??o da atividade espacial e estacional de Phlebotominae (Diptera, Psychodidae) em áreas de cultura agrícola da regi?o do Vale do Ribeira, Estado de S?o Paulo, Brasil
Gomes, Almério de Castro;Galati, Eunice Aparecida Bianchi;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 1987, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02761987000400004
Abstract: this paper deals with the investigation on the composition and stratification of the phebotominae activity developed in patch and clear areas of high agricultural activity. the employment of a cdc light trap proved to be a useful tool in determining the local faune. thirteen species of sandflies and a total of 5,423 individuals were caught. the catch places situated in the ecotone were the ones in which the results reached their best, being outstanding for psychodopygus intermedius, lutzomyia migonei and l. fischeri. thereby, data lead us to believe they have acrodendrophilous habit. on the other hand, when the global results were gathered according to male and female categories, the first one proved to be predominant. in the analysis of seasonal distribution for the three species cited, it was clear that the high-activity peaks were bi- and tri-modal for different seasons. p. intermedius was almost the exclusive sandfly caught at ground level in the autumn season. this exclusiveness has practically extended itself to the catch places situated in open field.
Especies de género Lutzomyia (Psychodidae, Phlebotominae) en áreas de transmisión de leishmaniasis tegumentaria y visceral en el departamento de Santander, en la cordillera oriental de los Andes colombianos
Sandoval,Claudia Magaly; Gutiérrez,Reinaldo; Cárdenas,Rocío; Ferro,Cristina;
Biomédica , 2006,
Abstract: introduction. phlebotomine sand flies are the only known vectors of leishmaniasis and show an interesting biodiversity in the andean mountain range of south america. we update the registry of species prevalent in the municipalities and endemic areas of the department of santander, in the eastern range of the colombian andes. objective. to present an updated inventory and distribution of the lutzomyia species in the department of santander and to discuss some ecological aspects of the principal species of medical importance. materials and methods. phlebotomines were collected in 12 municipalities in the years 1998 to 2001 between 19:00-6:00 using cdc miniature light traps, manual aspirators on protected human baits between 18:00 and 20:00, and occasionally by direct aspiration on tree trunks between 8:00-11:00 and resting on walls at different times of the day. results. 3.972 phlebotomines of 41 species were captured, of which 16 species were new records for this area of the country. in zones of endemic american cutaneous leishmaniasis, l. gomezi, l. trapidoi, l. panamensis, l. ovallesi and l.yuilli were remarkable for their abundance, their presence within dwellings and their epidemiological relevance. in areas of visceral leishmaniasis, the most relevant species was l. longipalpis. conclusion. the significant presence of vectors within human dwellings and the prevalence of human infection are continuing evidence of household transmission of leishmania as an important public health problem in this department of colombia.
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