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  • Biosystematics of old world triatominae 

    Gorla, DE; Dujardin, JP; Schofield, CJ (Acta Tropica, 1997)
    Abstract Morphometric analysis of Old World species of Linshcosteus and Triatoma showed the two genera to be well separated. However, although the analysis showed clear distinction between the five species of Linshcosteus, ...
  • Isozymic and metric variation in the Lutzomyia longipalpis complex 

    Dujardin, Jean-Pierre; Torrez, EM; Le Pont, F; Hervas, D; Sossa, D (Medical and Veterinary Entomology, 1997)
    Abstract. Male Lutzomyia longipalpis of two types from Bolivia were compared using isozyme electrophoresis and wing morphometry. One sample (ex Chiflonkaka Cave, alt. 2800 m at Toro Toro, Charcas Province, Potosi Department) ...
  • Morphometrics of domestic Panstrongylus rufotuberculatus in Bolivia 

    Dujardin, JP; Forgues, G; Torrez, M; Martinez, E; Cordoba, C; Gianella, A (Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 1998)
    The trend to domesticity in Triatominae may represent a transitionary phase towards increasing vectorial importance in the transmission of Chagas disease to humans, and requires sustained entomological surveillance. Although ...
  • The origin of Rhodnius prolixus in Central America 

    Dujardin, JP; Muñoz, M; Chavez, T; Ponce, C; Moreno, J; Schofield, CJ (Medical and Veterinary Entomology, 1998)
    Rhodnius prolixus Stal (Hemiptera, Reduviidae) is the main domestic vector of Chagas disease in Venezuela and Colombia, and also in parts of Central América (El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua). In Central ...