2013
DOI: 10.1590/s1676-06032013000100037
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Abstract: Forcipomyia (Pterobosca) incubans Macfie (1937) (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) is recorded here for the first time for Brazil. Females were collected in the Brazilian Neotropical Savanna parasitizing the wings of Erythrodiplax juliana Ris (1911), Erythrodiplax aff. anomala Brauer (1865) Using the file properties and the 10% percentile training presence threshold (0.249), we created a gradual scale to show the potential distribution of the species. The predictive ability of the generated model was assessed by the… Show more

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“…Several studies were conducted in the same area before, revealing that there is a great variety of habitats and territorial preferences, associated with plants for oviposition, and parasitism (ALVES-MARTINS et al, 2012;DEL-CLARO, 2011VILELA, 2012VILELA, , 2013BISPO, 2012). Our main goal was to evidence that Veredas support a highly diverse and seasonal Odonata community, which justify conservation policies for Brazilian palm swamp areas.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Several studies were conducted in the same area before, revealing that there is a great variety of habitats and territorial preferences, associated with plants for oviposition, and parasitism (ALVES-MARTINS et al, 2012;DEL-CLARO, 2011VILELA, 2012VILELA, , 2013BISPO, 2012). Our main goal was to evidence that Veredas support a highly diverse and seasonal Odonata community, which justify conservation policies for Brazilian palm swamp areas.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Forcipomyia (Pterobosca) incubans is the species commonly found in America associated with Odonata wings, and a predictive model based on habitat characteristics, includes Cuba as a highly probable area for the species (Guillermo-Ferreira and Vilela, 2013). Furthermore, the species reported as being parasitized by F. incubans commonly belong to the genera Erythrodiplax and Erythemis (Marino and von Ellenrieder, 1999;Guillermo-Ferreira and Vilela, 2013), the same that were parasitized in Cuba. However, in some regions, F. incubans may parasitize other libellulids, particularly of the genera Uracis and Orthemis, or even other families like Aeshnidae (Clastrier and Legrand, 1990).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In America three species of the subgenus Pterobosca have been recorded, but only one, F. incubans, as a parasite of adult odonates, being common and widespread (Macfie, 1936a;Legrand, 1984, 1990;Marino and von Ellenrieder, 1999;Guillermo-Ferreira and Vilela, 2013). To our knowledge, this interaction between odonates and biting midges has never been recorded in the Antilles.…”
Section: The First Record Of Parasitism By Forcipomyia (Diptera: Ceramentioning
confidence: 96%
“…With a wide distribution from Costa Rica to the North of Argentina, Z. lanei was recorded numerous times in Brazil (Ferreira et al 1979;Pujol-Luz & da Fonseca 1997;Ferreira-Peruquetti & Fonseca-Gessner 2003;Pinto & Carvalho 2009;Cardoso 2011;Guillermo-Ferreira & Vilela 2013;Bedê et al 2015;Guillermo-Ferreira et al 2015; de Souza Leite 2017) and occasionally in neighboring countries, such as Venezuela, Peru, Paraguay and Colombia (Garrison 1983;Pujol-Luz & da Fonseca 1997;Bota-Sierra 2014). In Argentina there is only one previous record for Iguazu, Misiones province (Jurzitza 1981) (Fig.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%