1998
DOI: 10.1590/s0074-02761998000600002
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An Investigation on the Ecology of Triatoma vitticeps (Stal, 1859) and its Possible Role in the Transmission of Trypanosoma cruzi, in the Locality of Triunfo, Santa Maria Madalena Municipal District, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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“…Most T. longipennis (69.2%) were collected outdoors, significantly (P<0.01) more than T. picturata (41.9%) but less than some other Mexican Triatoma species (T. dimidiata, T. gerstaeckeri), and similar to T. lecticularia (Martínez-Ibarra et al 1992. The infection index was 29.3% for the entire zone, significantly (P<0.01) lower than T. vitticeps (56.9%) in Brazil (Gonçalves et al 1998) and no significantly different (P>0.05) to T. picturata (27.4%) at the same zone and to some other Mexican triatomine species (T. gerstaeckeri, T. dimidiata, T. pallidipennis) (Martínez-Ibarra et al 1992, Bautista et al 1999.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Most T. longipennis (69.2%) were collected outdoors, significantly (P<0.01) more than T. picturata (41.9%) but less than some other Mexican Triatoma species (T. dimidiata, T. gerstaeckeri), and similar to T. lecticularia (Martínez-Ibarra et al 1992. The infection index was 29.3% for the entire zone, significantly (P<0.01) lower than T. vitticeps (56.9%) in Brazil (Gonçalves et al 1998) and no significantly different (P>0.05) to T. picturata (27.4%) at the same zone and to some other Mexican triatomine species (T. gerstaeckeri, T. dimidiata, T. pallidipennis) (Martínez-Ibarra et al 1992, Bautista et al 1999.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Today, field data have shown that the following sylvatic species are frequently found in domiciliary and peridomiciliary areas: Triatoma vitticeps (Stål, 1859), Triatoma rubrovaria (Blanchard, 1843) and Panstrongylus lutzi (Neiva & Pinto, 1923) (Gonçalves et al 1998, Almeida et al 2000, Freitas et al 2004, Souza et al 2008, among others. More recently, Triatoma sherlocki Papa, Jurberg, Carcavallo, Cerqueira & Barata 2002 was captured in Gentio do Ouro, in the north central part of BA, colonising human dwellings (Almeida et al 2009, unpublished observations).…”
Section: Biology Diversity and Strategies For The Monitoring And Conmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Nowadays it is known this species does not occur in Brazil (Monteiro et al, 2000(Monteiro et al, , 2003. T. vitticeps was found in Poço das Antas, Silva Jardim city, by Lisbôa et al (1996), and in Santa Maria Madalena by Gonçalves et al (1998). In both locations, biological and morphological characterization of T. cruzi isolates, obtained for both triatomine bugs and vertebrate hosts, confirmed the maintenance of enzootic disease form.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 82%