Antennal Phenotype of Triatoma dimidiata Populations and Its Relationship with Species of phyllosoma and protracta Complexes

@inproceedings{Catal2005AntennalPO,
  title={Antennal Phenotype of Triatoma dimidiata Populations and Its Relationship with Species of phyllosoma and protracta Complexes},
  author={S. Catal{\'a} and C. Sachetto and M. Moreno and R. Rosales and P. M. Salazar-schettino and D. Gorla},
  booktitle={Journal of medical entomology},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract Triatoma dimidiata (Latreille 1811) Reduviidae Triatominae is the main vector of Chagas disease in several countries of Latin America. As for other vector species, the characterization of T. dimidiata subpopulations within particular geographical regions or occupying different habitats could help in better planning of vector control actions. A first objective in this study was to evaluate the antennal phenotype as a phenetic marker to characterize populations of T. dimidiata collected… Expand
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