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Leishmaniasis in the middle course of the Ethiopian Rift Valley: II. Entomological observations.

Balkew M, Gebre-Michael T, Berhe N, Ali A, Hailu A.

Ethiop Med J. 2002 Jul;40(3):271-82.

PMID:
12602251
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Seasonal phenology, host-blood feeding preferences and natural Leishmania infection of Phlebotomus perniciosus (Diptera, Psychodidae) in a high-endemic focus of canine leishmaniasis in Rome province, Italy.

Rossi E, Bongiorno G, Ciolli E, Di Muccio T, Scalone A, Gramiccia M, Gradoni L, Maroli M.

Acta Trop. 2008 Feb;105(2):158-65. Epub 2007 Oct 18.

PMID:
18035329
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Sandflies (Diptera: Psychodidae) in a focus of visceral leishmaniasis in White Nile, Sudan.

Widaa SO, Ahmed KA, Bari AA, Ali MM, Ibrahim MA, Bashir MA, Mastour AH, Yagi ZA, Hassan MM.

Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz. 2012 Jun;107(4):470-5.

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Phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) of the Palestinian West Bank: potential vectors of leishmaniasis.

Sawalha SS, Shtayeh MS, Khanfar HM, Warburg A, Abdeen ZA.

J Med Entomol. 2003 May;40(3):321-8.

PMID:
12943111
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Sand flies (Diptera: Phlebotominae) in Sanliurfa, Turkey: relationship of Phlebotomus sergenti with the epidemic of anthroponotic cutaneous leishmaniasis.

Volf P, Ozbel Y, Akkafa F, Svobodová M, Votýpka J, Chang KP.

J Med Entomol. 2002 Jan;39(1):12-5. Erratum in: J Med Entomol 2002 May;39(3):iii.

PMID:
11931243
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Leishmaniasis in the middle course of the Ethiopian Rift Valley: I. Clinical and leishmanin skin test surveys.

Berhe N, Balkew M, Gebre-Michael T, Ali A, Hailu A.

Ethiop Med J. 1998 Apr;36(2):113-22.

PMID:
10214453
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Relationship between sand fly fauna and kala-azar endemicity in Bangladesh.

Alam MS, Wagatsuma Y, Mondal D, Khanum H, Haque R.

Acta Trop. 2009 Oct;112(1):23-5. doi: 10.1016/j.actatropica.2009.05.021. Epub 2009 Jun 6.

PMID:
19501561
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[Sandflies in Italy: observations on their distribution and methods for control].

Maroli M, Bigliocchi F, Khoury C.

Parassitologia. 1994 Dec;36(3):251-64. Italian.

PMID:
7637994
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Phlebotomine sandflies in a focus of visceral leishmaniasis in a border area of eastern Sudan.

Elnaiem DA, Hassan HK, Ward RD.

Ann Trop Med Parasitol. 1997 Apr;91(3):307-18.

PMID:
9229023
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[The serological and entomological survey of zoonotic visceral leishmaniasis in Ayvacik Region of Canakkale Province, Turkey].

Tok H, Sevil N, Ozensoy Töz S, Ertabaklar H, Balcioğlu IC, Demir S, Ozbel Y, Coşkun M.

Turkiye Parazitol Derg. 2009;33(2):109-13. Turkish.

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[Survey of Phlebotomus neglectus Tonnoir, 1921 (=P. major s.l.) in a leishmaniasis focus in northern Italy (province of Verona)].

Maroli M, Sansoni L, Bigliocchi F, Khoury C, Valsecchi M.

Parassitologia. 1995 Dec;37(2-3):241-4. Italian.

PMID:
8778665
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The sandflies of Algeria.

Belazzoug S.

Parassitologia. 1991 Dec;33 Suppl:85-7.

PMID:
1841261
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[Eco-epidemiological study of Phlebotomus perniciosus in foci of visceral leishmaniasis in Campania].

Ascione R, Gradoni L, Maroli M.

Parassitologia. 1996 Dec;38(3):495-500. Italian.

PMID:
9333749
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A review of investigations on leishmaniasis vectors in Kenya.

Mutinga MJ.

Parassitologia. 1991 Dec;33 Suppl:453-61. Review.

PMID:
1841244
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Vector incrimination of sand flies in the most important visceral leishmaniasis focus in Iran.

Oshaghi MA, Ravasan NM, Javadian EA, Mohebali M, Hajjaran H, Zare Z, Mohtarami F, Rassi Y.

Am J Trop Med Hyg. 2009 Oct;81(4):572-7. doi: 10.4269/ajtmh.2009.08-0469.

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