CONTRIBUCION AL CONOCIMIENTO DE LOS PHTHIRAPTERA (ANOPLURA, Hoplopleura) PARASITOS DE ROEDORES EN CHILE

@article{GonzlezAcua2003CONTRIBUCIONAC,
  title={CONTRIBUCION AL CONOCIMIENTO DE LOS PHTHIRAPTERA (ANOPLURA, Hoplopleura) PARASITOS DE ROEDORES EN CHILE},
  author={Daniel Gonz{\'a}lez-Acu{\~n}a and Dolores del Carmen Castro and Lucila Moreno-Salas},
  journal={Gayana},
  year={2003},
  volume={67},
  pages={118-120}
}
Se cita por primera vez a Hoplopleura travassosi Werneck 1932 como asimismo su hospedero, Oligoryzomys longicaudatus (Bennett 1832) para Chile. Ademas, se amplia la distribucion de Hoplopleura andina Castro 1981 sobre Akodon olivaceus Waterhouse, 1835, desde la VIII hasta la V Region de Chile. El estatus de las especies neotropicales del genero Hoplopleura y su distribucion geografica actual es discutido 
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