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Species composition and seasonal abundance of sandflies (Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae) in coffee agroecosystems

Pérez López, Elsa Jeanneth | Virgen Sánchez, Armando [autor/a] | Rojas, Julio C [autor/a] | Rebollar Téllez, Eduardo Alfonso [autor/a] | Castillo Vera, Alfredo [autor/a] | Infante, Francisco [autor/a] | Mikery Pacheco, Oscar Fernando [autor/a] | Marina Fernández, Carlos Félix [autor/a] | Ibáñez Bernal, Sergio [autor/a].
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 en línea Artículo en línea Tema(s): Phlebotominae | Lutzomyia cruciata | Lutzomyia texana | Lutzomyia cratifer | Brumptomyia | Leishmaniasis | Fincas cafetalerasTema(s) en inglés: Phlebotominae | Lutzomyia cruciata | Lutzomyia texana | Lutzomyia cratifer | Brumptomyia | leishmaniasis | Coffee farmsDescriptor(es) geográficos: Región Soconusco (Chiapas, México) Nota de acceso: Acceso en línea sin restricciones En: Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz. volumen 109, número 1 (February 2014), páginas 80-86. --ISSN: 0074-0276Número de sistema: 53030Resumen:
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The composition and seasonal occurrence of sandflies were investigated in coffee agroecosystems in the Soconusco region of Chiapas, Mexico. Insect sampling was performed on three plantations located at different altitudes: Finca Guadalupe Zajú [1,000 m above sea level (a.s.l.)], Finca Argovia (613 m a.s.l.) and Teotihuacán del Valle (429 m a.s.l.). Sandflies were sampled monthly from August 2007-July 2008 using three sampling methods: Shannon traps, CDC miniature light traps and Disney traps. Sampling was conducted for 3 h during three consecutive nights, beginning at sunset. A total of 4,387 sandflies were collected during the course of the study: 2,718 individuals in Finca Guadalupe Zajú, 605 in Finca Argovia and 1,064 in Teotihuacán del Valle. The Shannon traps captured 94.3% of the total sandflies, while the CDC light traps and Disney traps captured 4.9% and 0.8%, respectively. More females than males were collected at all sites. While the number of sandflies captured was positively correlated with temperature and relative humidity, a negative correlation was observed between sandfly numbers and rainfall. Five species of sandflies were captured: Lutzomyia cruciata, Lutzomyia texana, Lutzomyia ovallesi, Lutzomyia cratifer / undulata and Brumptomyia sp. Lu. cruciata, constituting 98.8% of the total, was the most abundant species. None of the captured sandflies was infected with Leishmania spp.

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The composition and seasonal occurrence of sandflies were investigated in coffee agroecosystems in the Soconusco region of Chiapas, Mexico. Insect sampling was performed on three plantations located at different altitudes: Finca Guadalupe Zajú [1,000 m above sea level (a.s.l.)], Finca Argovia (613 m a.s.l.) and Teotihuacán del Valle (429 m a.s.l.). Sandflies were sampled monthly from August 2007-July 2008 using three sampling methods: Shannon traps, CDC miniature light traps and Disney traps. Sampling was conducted for 3 h during three consecutive nights, beginning at sunset. A total of 4,387 sandflies were collected during the course of the study: 2,718 individuals in Finca Guadalupe Zajú, 605 in Finca Argovia and 1,064 in Teotihuacán del Valle. The Shannon traps captured 94.3% of the total sandflies, while the CDC light traps and Disney traps captured 4.9% and 0.8%, respectively. More females than males were collected at all sites. While the number of sandflies captured was positively correlated with temperature and relative humidity, a negative correlation was observed between sandfly numbers and rainfall. Five species of sandflies were captured: Lutzomyia cruciata, Lutzomyia texana, Lutzomyia ovallesi, Lutzomyia cratifer / undulata and Brumptomyia sp. Lu. cruciata, constituting 98.8% of the total, was the most abundant species. None of the captured sandflies was infected with Leishmania spp. eng

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