Trichophoromyia auraensis is a putative vector

@inproceedings{Teles2017TrichophoromyiaA,
  title={
Trichophoromyia auraensis is a putative vector},
  author={Carolina Bioni Garcia Teles and Felipe Arley Costa Pessoa and J F Medeiros and Lu{\'i}s Marcelo Aranha Camargo and Thais de Araujo-Pereira and Daniela de Pita-Pereira and Mariana C{\^o}rtes Boit{\'e} and Myllena F Melo and Taiana Amancio da Costa-Rego and Andressa Alencastre Fuzari and Reginaldo Peçanha Brazil and Constança Britto},
  booktitle={Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz},
  year={2017}
}
The sandfly Trichophoromyia auraensis has recently evolved as a proven vector of Leishmania (Viannia) endemic to state of Acre in the north of Brazil. This note is intended to propose a correction in the report of the first occurrence of natural infection of Leishmania (Viannia) in this species. We and the other scientific groups reinforced that Tr. auraensis is a possible vector involved in the transmission of American cutaneous leishmaniasis in Acre, Brazil. 
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