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Transmission Of Leishmania Infantum In The Canine Leishmaniasis Focus Of Mont-Rolland, Senegal: Ecological, Parasitological And Molecular Evidence For A Possible Role Of Sergentomyia Sand Flies
Leishmania (L.) infantum is the causative agent in an endemic focus of canine leishmaniasis in the Mont-Rolland district (Thiès, Senegal). In this area, the transmission cycle is well established and more than 30% of dogs ...
Seasonal Dynamics Of Phlebotomine Sand Fly Species Proven Vectors Of Mediterranean Leishmaniasis Caused By Leishmania Infantum
Recent projections on global warming indicate a constant rise of temperatures in the Mediterranean subregion in the near-mid future. While this phenomenon already caused geographical expansion of several arthropod-borne ...
Ecology And Morphological Variations In Wings of Phlebotomus Ariasi (Diptera: Psychodidae) in the Region of Roquedur (Gard, France): A Geometric Morphometrics Approach
Background Phlebotomus ariasi Tonnoir, 1921, is the predominant sand fly species in the Cevennes region and a proven vector of Leishmania infantum, which is the main pathogen of visceral and canine leishmaniasis in the ...