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Taxonomic revision of the Neotropical genus Pityocera Giglio-Tos, 1896 (Diptera: Tabanidae: Scionini).
The genus Pityocera Giglio-Tos is revised based on examination of external morphology and genitalia of type material and specimens from Brazilian and foreign institutions, as well as a key for identification of species. Expand
Phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) in forest fragments of Belém metropolitan area, Pará State, Brazil, with considerations on vectors of American cutaneous leishmaniasis agents
In order to identify vectors of American cutaneous leishmaniasis (ACL) agents in urban forest fragments of Belem metropolitan area, Para State, Brazil, an entomological study was conducted betweenExpand
Maruins (Ceratopogonidae: Diptera) do estuario do Rio Para e do litoral do Estado do Para, Brasil
The present study surveyed the species of hematophagus biting midges in coastal areas of Para State, Brazil. Two collecting sites were chosen, one a beach on the coast (Praia de Crispim, nearExpand
Aquatic Larvae and Pupae of Fidena (Laphriomyia) rufopilosa (Ricardo) (Diptera: Tabanidae) Developing in Bromeliad Phytotelmata in the Atlantic Forest of Southern Brazil
In the course of an ongoing study on the fauna associated with bromeliads in southern Brazil, larvae and pupae of another horse fly species, Fidena (Laphriomyia) rufopilosa, were detected and here it is reported on their occurrence in phytotelmata and a description of the male pupa. Expand
Tabanidae (Diptera) of Amazônia XX. description of Tabanus pseudonebulosus n.sp.
Observed intraspecific variation in the specimens is presented and related to collection localities, and morphological differences are diagnosed in relation to the similar species Tabanus nebulosus DeGeer 1776 and T. importunus Wiedemann 1828. Expand
Description of immatures and association with adults of three species of Anacroneuria Klapálek (Plecoptera: Perlidae) of the Brazilian Amazon.
Nymphs of three species of the genus Anacroneuria Klapálek are described and the known geographical distribution in Brazil of these three species was expanded. Expand
[Anophelines in Belém, Pará, Brazil: current and retrospective data].
There is thus a potential risk of malaria transmission in the entire municipality of Belém, Pará, Brazil, from 1995-2004, and a comparison with captures from 1930-1999. Expand