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Simuliidae (Diptera) of Rendalen, Norway

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Eusimulium rendalense n.sp. et E. fallisi n.sp. ont décrit. Les femelles ont été trouvéer se nourrissant sur canards domestiques, Anas boschas L., exposés sur le fleuve Rena a Rendalen, Norvège, et ils ont été attrait aux trapp avec CO2 principalement aux habitat aquatique. Ces deux espèces sont placée dans un groupe primitif de Eusimulium Roubaud que l'on considère intermediaire entre ce genus et Cnephia Enderlein s.str. Ces deux espèces sont les vecteurs naturel du Leucocytozoon simondi Mathis & Légér aux canards en Norvège.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Biology, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada


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