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“…Our results increased the number of triatomine species recorded in the village of Novo Remanso from one to five: E. mucronatus, P. geniculatus, P. lignarius, R. amazonicus, and R. pictipes. These Triatominae species have previously been reported as present in Amapá and Rondônia states 8,9,10 . Among these newly reported species of triatomines present in Itacoatiara, only R. amazonicus has not yet been found naturally infected with T. cruzi 7,11 .…”
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“…Our results increased the number of triatomine species recorded in the village of Novo Remanso from one to five: E. mucronatus, P. geniculatus, P. lignarius, R. amazonicus, and R. pictipes. These Triatominae species have previously been reported as present in Amapá and Rondônia states 8,9,10 . Among these newly reported species of triatomines present in Itacoatiara, only R. amazonicus has not yet been found naturally infected with T. cruzi 7,11 .…”
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“…In Peru, the country neighboring the state of Acre, a morphotype of P. herreri Wygodzinsky, 1948 (a likely synonym of P. lignarius, as suggested by Marcilla et al 10 ) is found, which is the species with the highest registered domiciliary there and is thus considered the species of the second most epidemiological importance for T. cruzi transmission 4,8 .…”
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confidence: 93%
“…Therefore, this is the first and only individual of this species found until the present moment in the state of Acre. (Figure 2) shows generally light brown to yellowish dorsal and dark brown or black ventral coloration 8,9 , and has a partially black scutellum with a longitudinal midyellow stripe, a posterior scutellum process with a slight basal hump, and a pronotum with sublateral and tibial tubercles with small sub-basal yellow spots 4 .…”
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“…In the states of Acre and Rondônia, five species of triatomines are described: Rhodnius montenegrensis (Rosa et al, 2012;Meneguetti et al, 2015), Rhodnius robustus (Barata et al, 1988;Massaro et al, 2008), Rhodnius pictipes (Barata et al, 1988;Massaro et al, 2008), Panstrongylus geniculatus (Massaro et al, 2008;Gurgel-Gonçalves et al, 2012) and Eratyrus mucronatus (Meneguetti et al, 2011;Obara et al, 2013), while Rhodnius stali (Meneguetti et al, 2016), Rhodnius neglectus (Ramos et al, 2018a) and Triatoma sordida (Ramos et al, 2018b) are only found in Acre and Rhodnius milesi (Massaro et al, 2008) and Panstrongylus lignarius (Terassini et al, 2017) the state of Rondônia.…”
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confidence: 99%