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“…scapularis (formerly typical of forest areas), which was detected in peridomestic areas. Studies have indicated that this species is adapted to anthropic environments, especially areas modified by human beings (BRANCO et al, 2009;TAIPE-LAGOS;NATAL, 2003). The finding of a high number of L. durhamii specimens during the rainy period corroborates with what was reported by LIRA-VIEIRA et al (2013) in the central-western region of Brazil.…”
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“…scapularis (formerly typical of forest areas), which was detected in peridomestic areas. Studies have indicated that this species is adapted to anthropic environments, especially areas modified by human beings (BRANCO et al, 2009;TAIPE-LAGOS;NATAL, 2003). The finding of a high number of L. durhamii specimens during the rainy period corroborates with what was reported by LIRA-VIEIRA et al (2013) in the central-western region of Brazil.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
“…From an epidemiological perspective, development of species originally from forest areas in domestic and peridomestic areas represents a risk for the populations residing in these areas, since they are exposed to different diseases transmitted by culicids, such as dengue, yellow fever, Venezuelan equine encephalitis, human and canine filariasis and Rocio encephalitis (BRANCO et al, 2009;FORATTINI et al, 1995;FORATTINI, 2002;NUNES et al, 2008). The last disease mentioned (i.e.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…Indeed, information about the geographical distribution and epidemiological features of D. immitis infection in cats is scarce, particularly in the urban stray cat population living in endemic regions for canine heartworm disease (Villanueva-Saz et al, 2021). Specifically in Brazil, there are only two reports of feline heartworm disease (Alberigi et al, 2020;Branco et al, 2009), and both occurred in Rio de Janeiro State, southeastern Brazil.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…Because the development of mosquitoes is water and temperature dependent, wetlands (e.g., marsh, swamp, bog) and river valleys provide suitable environmental conditions for the vectors to develop, particularly in tropical and subtropical regions, where potential vectors of D. immitis are widespread and may be present throughout the entire year. For example, an entomological survey carried out in Rio de Janeiro, south-eastern Brazil revealed that St. aegypti and C. quinquefasciatus were present the year-round [46]. Accordingly, in these areas, the recommendation of preventatives (e.g., mosquito repellents and microfilaricides) becomes even more important towards the control of D. immitis infestation at the individual and population level.…”
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