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“…The simuliid richness observed in the Comandaí river subbasin represents 39.28% of all the reported species for the state of Rio Grande do Sul, and 6.79% of the total sampled species current reported for Brazil (Adler 2021). From the eleven sampled species in this study, S. pertinax (77.55%) showed the highest abundance and frequency of occurrence, a similar result was observed in other studies carried out in several other watersheds from Rio Grande do Sul (strieder 2004;strieder et al 2006;sAntos et al 2007;BertAzo et al 2013;CouCeiro et al 2014;menzel et al 2019), as well as in other Brazilian states (CunHA 2004;lozovei et al 2004;Coppo & lopes 2010;ArAndA 2017;Figueiró et al 2020). This species adapts easily to different micro-habitats, and currently occurs in 17 of the 27 Brazilian states, in addition to other South American countries such as Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay (Adler 2020).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 89%
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“…The simuliid richness observed in the Comandaí river subbasin represents 39.28% of all the reported species for the state of Rio Grande do Sul, and 6.79% of the total sampled species current reported for Brazil (Adler 2021). From the eleven sampled species in this study, S. pertinax (77.55%) showed the highest abundance and frequency of occurrence, a similar result was observed in other studies carried out in several other watersheds from Rio Grande do Sul (strieder 2004;strieder et al 2006;sAntos et al 2007;BertAzo et al 2013;CouCeiro et al 2014;menzel et al 2019), as well as in other Brazilian states (CunHA 2004;lozovei et al 2004;Coppo & lopes 2010;ArAndA 2017;Figueiró et al 2020). This species adapts easily to different micro-habitats, and currently occurs in 17 of the 27 Brazilian states, in addition to other South American countries such as Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay (Adler 2020).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 89%
“…BAptistA et al (2014), Brazilian studies regarding communities' diversity in lotic environments are generally focused on the ecology of biological organisms, addressing the composition and spatial distribution of species on a local scale, restricted to a certain river stretch or micro-basin. Regarding the spatio-temporal distribution of simuliids, regions that comprise the Central Amazon (sAntos & mArinHo 2021) and Atlantic Forest biome (BertAzo at al. 2013;, are the ones that concentrate the higher number of recent studies conducted in Brazil, followed by the Cerrado biome (Figueiró et al 2012(Figueiró et al , 2014(Figueiró et al , 2015(Figueiró et al , 2020.…”
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“…A tabela 1 mostra que apenas doze espécies são assim denominadas pela literatura, apresentando evidências de sua relação hematófaga, médica ou veterinária. Todas as outras espécies encontradas são consideradas, em sua maioria e até o momento, inofensivas, tanto para humanos quanto para outros animais não humanos (GINARTE et al, 2003;GIL-AZEVEDO et al, 2009;PEPINELLI, 2003;BERTAZO et al, 2013) Tabela 1: Distribuição de espécies de simulídeos encontradas por estados da região Sudeste, bem como total e descrição de espécies consideradas hematófagas (espécies hematófagas em vermelho e outras em azul).…”
Section: Resultsunclassified
“…São Dentre as espécies evidenciadas, são hematófagas: S.pertinax, S.nigrimanum, S.rubritorax, S.inaequali, S.guianense, S.oyapockense, S.perflavum, S.distinctum, S.subnigrum, S.dinellii, S.paraguayense e S.incrostatum (BERTAZO et al, 2013;COSCARÓN et al, 2011;EATON et al, 1998;ARRUDA, 2014;PEREIRA, 2011).…”
Section: Estadosunclassified
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