Nyssomyia yuilli yuilli

Author

  • Young & Porter
  • 1972:524 (M, F)
  • Rio Anori, Antioquia, Colombia

Distribution

SpeciesMap

Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Venezuela

Synonyms

  • Luzomyia fraihai Martins, Falcdo & Silva

Bionomics

Lutzomyia yuilli yuilli (a pale sandfly) is widespread, locally common, in forests in South America (Young and Duncan, 1994).

Medical Importance

"Flagellates found in naturally infected females in Brazil (Lainson et al. 1976; Arias et al. 1985) have not been identified with certainty." (Young & Duncan 1994:463)

Psychodidae » Phlebotominae » Nyssomyia

Additional References

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