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Comments: This species is one of the most common reduviids in Chile; it has been recorded from Atacama to Araucania Regions.
cruzi is mainly transmitted by the feces of the reduviid bug (80% of human infections) (Figure 6-32).
Travelers planning to stay in hotels, resorts, or other well-constructed housing facilities are NOT at high risk for contracting Chagas' disease from reduviid bugs.
The term xenodiagnosis (XD) (7) was introduced in 1914 for the method of detecting trypanosomes in mammal hosts by feeding laboratory bred Reduviid bugs on the animal.
Functional and numerical responses of the reduviid predator, Rhynocoris fuscipes F.
152-209 Hz in Sphecius speciosus Drury wasps (Coelho 1998); 2,000 Hz in five reduviid species (Schilman et al.
Transmission of Chagas disease to humans normally is carried out by one of the blood-sucking insect vectors of the Reduviid family, usually Triatoma infestans.
leishmania form" (instead of promastigote and amastigote) and referring to reduviid vectors (Chagas disease) as "bed bugs".
After 1 March, very large predatory arthropods [is greater than] 12 mm (tarantula spiders, Mantodea, reduviid Hemiptera, vespid Hymenoptera, and syrphid Diptera) were recorded when observed.
During the past several years, a small reduviid (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) belonging to the subfamily Emesinae was occasionally taken in light trap collections from the Florida Keys.