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Simuliid blackflies (Diptera: Simuliidae) and ceratopogonid midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) as vectors of Mansonella ozzardi (Nematoda: Onchocercidae) in northern Argentina.
Mansonella ozzardi, a relatively nonpathogenic filarial parasite of man in Latin America, is transmitted by either ceratopogonid midges or simuliid blackflies. In the only known focus of the diseaseExpand
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Notas sobre Simúlidos Neotropicales VII: Sobre los subgéneros Psaroniocompsa Enderlein y Inaequalium, subgen. Nov.
Two very similar sub genera, Psaroniocompsa Enderlein and Inaequalium, subgen. n., of neotropical black flies of the genus Simulium, characteristic of the Brazilian coastal range, occur from Panama,Expand
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The subgenus Scaptia (Lepmia) Fairchild: redescription of females and description of a male (Diptera: Tabanidae: Pangoniinae).
The subgenus Scaptia (Lepmia) Fairchild, known only from mountainous areas of Southeast of Brazil, is redescribed and illustrated. It is contrasted with similar species of Scaptia (Pseudoscione). ItExpand
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Trichomycetes living in the guts of aquatic insects of Misiones and Tierra del Fuego, Argentina.
Fourteen species of Trichomycetes living in the guts of aquatic insects are reported from two provinces of Argentina, Misiones and Tierra del Fuego. Twelve of the species belong to the HarpellalesExpand
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Revisión de Simulium (Psilopelmia) Enderlein en la región neotropical y análisis cladístico de sus especies (Diptera: Simulidae).
Endemism among amphibians and reptiles of the State is remakable, becsause is the higher than in any other region of Mexico. Comprising 93 species (26% of the Oaxaca´s Herpotofauna), 44 of amphibiansExpand
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Manual of Neotropical Diptera. Tabanidae
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Key to the known immature stages of Neotropical Tabanidae
Coscarón (2002) published an illustrated key to the larvae and pupae of Argentinian Tabanidae, with notes on the habitat of the larvae. Here we extend that paper to present keys to the known larvaeExpand
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The immature stages of Myiotabanus barrettoi fairchild (Tabanidae-Diptera-Insecta)
Larva and pupa of Myiotabanus barrettoi living between leaves of Pistia stratiotes in ponds of Formosa Province (Argentina) are described. As immature stages of Lepiselaga crassipes inhabit the sameExpand
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