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Type: Artigo
Title: First Record Of Aedeomyia Squamipennis (lynch Arribálzaga, 1878) (diptera: Culicidae) In The State Of Maranhão: Epidemiological Implications And Distribution In Brazil
Author: Nascimento Pereira A.C.
Pereira Filho A.A.
Brito G.A.
Moraes J.L.P.
Rebêlo J.M.M.
Abstract: We record Aedeomyia squamipennis from the state of Maranhão, Brazil (municipalities of Bacurituba, Barra do Corda, Cajapió, Governador Nunes Freire, and Santo Amaro do Maranhão). We show that this species is well distributed in the state. The potential in the epidemiology of avian malaria and arboviruses is discussed briefly in connection with its discovery in Santo Amaro do Maranhão, due to the great number of bird species on Lake Santo Amaro. Finally, we present the known distribution of the species in Brazil. © 2017 Check List and Authors.
Subject: Avian Malaria
Biomes Transition
Neotropical Region
South America
Editor: Centro de Referencia em Informacao Ambiental
Citation: Check List. Centro De Referencia Em Informacao Ambiental, v. 13, n. 2, p. , 2017.
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.15560/13.2.2084
Date Issue: 2017
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