Relative abundances of sandfly species (Diptera: Phlebotominae) in two villages in the same area of Campeche, in southern Mexico.

@article{RebollarTllez2005RelativeAO,
  title={Relative abundances of sandfly species (Diptera: Phlebotominae) in two villages in the same area of Campeche, in southern Mexico.},
  author={Eduardo Alfonso Rebollar-T{\'e}llez and Ezequiel Tun-Ku and Pablo Manrique-Saide and Fernando Jos{\'e} Andrade-Narv{\'a}ez},
  journal={Annals of tropical medicine and parasitology},
  year={2005},
  volume={99 2},
  pages={193-201}
}
Leishmania mexicana is the parasite causing most cases of human cutaneous leishmaniasis in southern Mexico, where Lutzomyia olmeca olmeca and Lu. cruciata are the most probable vectors. In the present study, sandflies were collected during one transmission season (November 2001-March 2002) in the village of La Guadalupe and the nearby village of Dos Naciones, in the southern Mexican county of Calakmul. Using Shannon traps, Disney traps and CDC light traps, 5983 sandflies (Brumptomyia and… CONTINUE READING

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