volume 37, issue 2, P226-228 2008
DOI: 10.1590/s1519-566x2008000200018
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Abstract: ABSTRACT -We surveyed the phlebotomine fauna in the Parque Nacional Cavernas Do Peruaçu, Minas Gerais, Brazil, aiming to associate the presence of vector with the risk of leishmaniasis transmission. Field captures were performed with CDC light traps between February and March 2003. A total of 436 sand fl ies were captured, belonging to 14 species. The predominant species (28.7%) was Lutzomyia ischnacantha Martins, Souza e Falcão, followed by L. renei (27,06%) and L. cavernicola (13,07%). The fi nding of L. in…

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