PMID: 16021300Jul 16, 2005Paper

The bloodsucking biting midges of Argentina (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae)

Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz
G R SpinelliPablo I Marino

Abstract

A key is presented for the identification of the adults of 54 species of bloodsucking ceratopogonids, 51 of which are known inhabitants of Argentina, and Culicoides uruguayensis Ronderos, C. pifanoi Ortiz, and C. trilineatus Fox, which are known to occur in bordering Uruguay and Paraguay. Wing photographs are provided of females of the 45 species of Culicoides. Three new species of Culicoides Latreille from Northeastern Argentina are described and illustrated: C. austroparaensis Spinelli, C. bachmanni Spinelli, and C. williamsi Spinelli. The following six species are recorded for the first time from Argentina and/or bordering localities in Paraguay: Leptoconops brasiliensis (Lutz), C. gabaldoni Ortiz, C. ginesi Ortiz, C. pifanoi Ortiz, C. pseudocrescentis Tavares and Luna Dias, and C. trilineatus; and C. estevezae Ronderos and Spinelli is newly recorded from Misiones province of Argentina. C. lopesi Barretto is excluded from the Argentinean ceratopogonid fauna.

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Mar 31, 2004·Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz·Maria Luiza Felippe-BauerAntero Gonzales-Perez

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Oct 25, 2011·Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association·Cecilia A Veggiani AybarGustavo R Spinell
Mar 7, 2013·Journal of Insect Science·Cecilia A Veggiani AybarGustavo R Spinelli
Dec 24, 2014·Infection, Genetics and Evolution : Journal of Molecular Epidemiology and Evolutionary Genetics in Infectious Diseases·L E HarrupC Garros
Oct 4, 2015·Acta Tropica·Cecilia A Veggiani AybarMario O Zaidenberg
Apr 10, 2010·Medical and Veterinary Entomology·C A Veggiani AybarG R Spinelli
Dec 2, 2014·Micron : the International Research and Review Journal for Microscopy·Aleksandra Urbanek, Magdalena M Rost-Roszkowska
Jul 2, 2015·Anais Da Academia Brasileira De Ciências·Maria Clara A SantarémMaria Luiza Felippe-Bauer
Aug 2, 2013·Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz·Gustavo Ricardo SpinelliPablo Ignacio Marino
Feb 23, 2011·Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz·Rosimeire Lopes da Trindade, Maria Luiza Felippe-Bauer
Mar 1, 2012·Revista Da Sociedade Brasileira De Medicina Tropical·Felipe Arley Costa PessoaLuís Marcelo Aranha Camargo
Dec 2, 2010·Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz·Maria Luiza Felippe-BauerVictor Py-Daniel
Oct 31, 2009·Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz·Maria Luiza Felippe-BauerGustavo R Spinelli
Mar 19, 2019·Journal of Medical Entomology·Gaudino Marco Cantanhede GusmãoJosé Manuel Macário Rebêlo
Jun 4, 2020·Journal of Vector Ecology : Journal of the Society for Vector Ecology·Aline Fernandes RiosJosé Manuel Macário Rebêlo
Nov 20, 2016·Journal of Vector Ecology : Journal of the Society for Vector Ecology·José Manuel Macário RebêloSilma Regina Ferreira Pereira
May 16, 2017·Journal of Vector Ecology : Journal of the Society for Vector Ecology·Maria da C A BandeiraJosé M M Rebêlo

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