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“…These results could be due to an adaptive response to different climatic conditions, such as those recorded in the natural distribution area of T. mexicana in Mexico (López-Cárdenas et al 2005, Becerril-Flores et al 2007, Salazar-Schettino et al 2007, Villagrán et al 2008). According to most of the studied parameters in this study, T. mexicana cannot be considered to be an effective transmitter of T. cruzi to humans, which is different from other similar species, such as six species in the Phyllosoma complex (Martínez-Ibarra et al 2003a, Martínez-Ibarra & Novelo-López 2004.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 90%
“…This species usually occurs inside human houses (especially on walls and bedrooms) and in the peridomicile and is mostly collected from yards and in sylvatic foci at the center of Mexico (López-Cárdenas et al 2005, Becerril-Flores et al 2007, Salazar-Schettino et al 2007, Villagrán et al 2008. The climate in this area is mild and dry with 400-1000 mm annual rainfall and temperatures ranging from 0-40 o C (SEGOB 2005).…”
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“…This epidemiological situation has now been documented in several triatomines species and regions [9], [14], [27], [43], [44]. To design effective control strategies against these vectors clearly relies on an accurate description of their spatial and temporal variations in abundance, and a proper understanding of the dispersal processes generating those distributions.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…[1][2][3] However, several triatomine species do not establish permanent domestic colonies and can occasionally infest domestic habitats by immigration from peridomestic and/or sylvatic habitats. These include R. prolixus in Venezuela, 4 Triatoma brasiliensis and Triatoma pseudomaculata in Brazil, 5 Triatoma mexicana in central Mexico, 6 and Triatoma dimidiata in the Yucatan peninsula, Mexico, and Belize. 7,8 With the control of domiciliated triatomines well underway, the control of house infestation by non-domiciliated triatomine vectors is becoming a key challenge for Chagas disease control.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%