2011
DOI: 10.1590/s1984-29612011000400012
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Abstract: The mark-recapture method allows analysis on the variation in the abundance of bat ectoparasites at consecutive captures. The objectives of this study were to compare the pattern of Streblidae parasitism between capture and recapture of C. perspicillata; ascertain whether the abundance of Streblidae varied with time after removal of ectoparasites at capture and analyze whether the intensity of parasitism remained the same in each individual at capture and recapture. Using bats netted in the State of Rio de Jan… Show more

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“…In contrast, the presence of T. anducei on C. perspicillata, which is a new report for Brazil, shows that little is known about the relationships of these bat flies with bats. It is noteworthy that C. perspicillata is one of the most commonly caught bats and also one of the most parasitized (LOURENÇO; ESBÉRARD, 2011). Through this study it was possible expand the geographical distribution of Streblidae, thereby contributing to the state list, which now contains 31 species.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 91%
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“…In contrast, the presence of T. anducei on C. perspicillata, which is a new report for Brazil, shows that little is known about the relationships of these bat flies with bats. It is noteworthy that C. perspicillata is one of the most commonly caught bats and also one of the most parasitized (LOURENÇO; ESBÉRARD, 2011). Through this study it was possible expand the geographical distribution of Streblidae, thereby contributing to the state list, which now contains 31 species.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 91%
“…Comments: Its occurrence in the state of Rio de Janeiro has increased its distribution in the Neotropics, given that previously, it had only been reported in Venezuela (GUERRERO, 1998). While it is very common for its host to be caught (LOURENÇO; ESBÉRARD, 2011), no records had been reported in addition to its description. In the Tinguá region, T. anducei showed high prevalence (16%) and abundance (n = 49), and was the third most abundant bat fly on C. perspicillata.…”
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confidence: 99%
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“…According to Lourenço & Esbérard (2011), reinfestation may occur rapidly in the first few hours of contact between hosts; this explains the rapid reinfestation of the recaptured A. lituratus, within three days.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Pela facilidade de captura e de manipulação do hospedeiro e a melhor visualização dos dípteros sobre o corpo de morcegos, vários artigos têm sido publicados sobre a ocorrência de dípteros ectoparasitos de morcegos no Brasil (por exemplo, Dias et al, 2009;Graciolli & Bianconi, 2007;Graciolli et al, 2010;Lourenço & Esbérard, 2011;Aguiar & Antonini, 2011). Além disso, artigos recentes sobre a taxonomia dessas famílias de dípteros ectoparasitos de morcegos têm facilitado a identificação dos gêneros e das espécies e despertado o interesse de estudantes e pesquisadores (Dick & Miller, 2010;Graciolli, 2004;Graciolli & Azevedo, 2011;Graciolli & Carvalho, 2001a;2001b;Graciolli & Dick, 2012;Graciolli & Moura, 2005), enquanto importantes contribuições sobre a taxonomia de hipoboscídeos neotropicais são mais escassos (Graciolli & Carvalho, 2003;, sendo os mais importantes publicados a mais 40 anos (Bequaert, 1954;Maa, 1969;Peterson & Maa, 1970), por exemplo.…”
Section: Lipoptena Mazamae (Rondani 1878) Ozotocerosunclassified