Could Phlebotomus mascittii play a role as a natural vector for Leishmania infantum? New data

@article{Obwaller2016CouldPM,
  title={Could Phlebotomus mascittii play a role as a natural vector for Leishmania infantum? New data},
  author={A. Obwaller and M. Karakuş and W. Poeppl and S. T{\"o}z and Y. {\"O}zbel and H. Asp{\"o}ck and J. Walochnik},
  journal={Parasites & Vectors},
  year={2016},
  volume={9}
}
  • A. Obwaller, M. Karakuş, +4 authors J. Walochnik
  • Published 2016
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Parasites & Vectors
  • BackgroundThe occurrence of phlebotomine sand flies in Central Europe was questioned until they were recorded for the first time in Germany in 1999, and ten years later also in Austria. The aim of this study was to investigate sand flies collected in Austria for their carrier status of Leishmania spp.FindingsFrom 2012 to 2013 field studies were conducted in eastern Austria. Altogether, 22 individuals of sand flies were found, all morphologically identified as Phlebotomus (Transphlebotomus… CONTINUE READING
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