2014
DOI: 10.1590/0074-0276130408
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Abstract: Nine species of Triatominae, representing three tribes and five genera, are currently known in Suriname. An annotated list of the species based on the collections of the Bureau of Public Health (Suriname), the National Zoological Collection Suriname and the National History Museum Leiden (the Netherlands) is provided. Additionally, the results of several years of opportunistic collection in two domestic environments are presented. The most common species are Rhodnius pictipes Stål, 1972, Rhodnius robustus Larr… Show more

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“…The important abundance of P . geniculatus is consistent with entomological analysis of previous field and museum collections of triatomines in French Guiana [ 36 , 61 , 62 ], in close Surinam [ 63 , 64 ] and in other Amazonian places in Brazil [ 65 67 ]. Similarly, R .…”
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confidence: 88%
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“…The important abundance of P . geniculatus is consistent with entomological analysis of previous field and museum collections of triatomines in French Guiana [ 36 , 61 , 62 ], in close Surinam [ 63 , 64 ] and in other Amazonian places in Brazil [ 65 67 ]. Similarly, R .…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 88%
“…lignarius and E . mucronatus have been described as parts of the community of triatomines in French Guiana [ 36 , 62 ], Surinam [ 64 ] and in Brazil [ 67 71 ]. The overall number of triatomine species in the Amazonia is probably 15–20 [ 72 ] with a local species richness typically larger than 10 in various Ecoregions [ 37 ].…”
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“…Since 1998, several regional and smaller scale compilations on the geographic distribution of triatomines have been published. Some of them analyze and describe the geographic distributions of species from a single country such as Brazil 4 , 5 , Colombia 6 and Mexico 7 , 8 ; others describe lists of species, such as those published for French Guiana 9 , Suriname 10 , Peru 11 and Venezuela 12 , or provide lists of valid species (checklists) for all triatomine species 13 , including systematic updates. Despite these valuable publications, a database with integrated information on the georeferenced occurrence of all -or at least the majority- American triatomine species, is still unavailable.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Con posterioridad a 1998, se han publicado trabajos, a menor escala, de diversos tipos de compilaciones sobre distribuciones geográficas de especies de triatominos. Algunos de ellos analizan y describen las distribuciones geográficas de las especies de un país en particular como es el caso de Brasil (Galvão 2014) y México (Salazar-schettino et al 2010, Ramsey et al 2015, otros describen listas de especies como el caso de Colombia (Guhl et al 2007), Guayana Francesa (Bérenger et al 2009), Suriname (Hiwat 2014), Perú (Chávez 2006) y Venezuela (Cazorla-Perfetti & Nieves-Blanco 2010), o desarrollan una lista de especies válidas ("checklist") para todas las especies de triatominos como la desarrollada por , conteniendo actualizaciones sistemáticas y menciones de los países en que cada especie está presente. Sin embargo, continúa faltando que dicha información esté integrada en un mismo lugar, como una única base de datos con la información de las presencias de todas las especies de triatominos americanos.…”
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