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“…Indeed, it is now well established that the efficacy of conventional insecticide spraying is short-lived in the case of non-domiciliated triatomines seasonally infesting houses. [28][29][30][31] Previous control efforts in Veracruz indicated that three insecticide applications 8 months apart were required to reduce T. dimidiata infestation, 32 but there was no follow-up to assess potential re-infestation after interrupting control interventions. Re-infestation by T. dimidiata following insecticide spraying has been frequently observed in the Yucatan peninsula, Mexico, 28,31 as well as in Guatemala.…”
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“…Indeed, it is now well established that the efficacy of conventional insecticide spraying is short-lived in the case of non-domiciliated triatomines seasonally infesting houses. [28][29][30][31] Previous control efforts in Veracruz indicated that three insecticide applications 8 months apart were required to reduce T. dimidiata infestation, 32 but there was no follow-up to assess potential re-infestation after interrupting control interventions. Re-infestation by T. dimidiata following insecticide spraying has been frequently observed in the Yucatan peninsula, Mexico, 28,31 as well as in Guatemala.…”
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“…[28][29][30][31] Previous control efforts in Veracruz indicated that three insecticide applications 8 months apart were required to reduce T. dimidiata infestation, 32 but there was no follow-up to assess potential re-infestation after interrupting control interventions. Re-infestation by T. dimidiata following insecticide spraying has been frequently observed in the Yucatan peninsula, Mexico, 28,31 as well as in Guatemala. 33 Thus, alternative control interventions focusing on non-domiciliated triatomines 30,31 may be more appropriate for the region, and more generally, for all or most of the taxonomic groups of the T. dimidiata complex.…”
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“…15,30 Understanding the mechanism of reinfestation is crucial to formulating an effective post-spray control strategy for T. dimidiata. Theoretically, reinfestation can occur in two ways: 1) vectors survive the insecticide treatment or 2) vectors migrate to treated houses after spraying.…”
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“…When triatomine populations are present in domestic, peri-domestic and sylvatic ecotopes, and gene flow among ecotopes is significant, insecticide spraying is of limited efficacy (Dumonteil et al, 2004;Barbu et al, 2009), likely because populations can be rapidly rebuilt by migrants. Thus, the control of such non-domiciliated or autochthonous triatomines remains a major problem for vector control , and novel approaches such as screens, bednets and house improvements will be necessary to interrupt transmission (Figure 4) (Monroy et al, 1998(Monroy et al, , 2009Barbu et al, 2009Barbu et al, , 2011Ferral et al, 2010).…”
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