Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Volume: 84 Supplement 4, Published: 1989
  • Apresentação

    Oliveira, Sebastião José de
  • A vida profissional de Hugo de Souza Lopes

    Oliveira, Sebastiäo José de
  • Hugo de Souza Lopes: 54 anos de convivência

    Machado Filho, Domingos A.
  • Contribuição de Hugo de Souza Lopes às Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz

    Coura, José Rodrigues
  • Lista de Publicações: Hugo de Souza Lopes

  • Padrões distributivos e zoogeografia dos moluscos da plataforma continental brasileira: Parte III. Comissão Oceanográfica Espiríto Santo I

    Absalão, Ricardo Silva

    Abstract in English:

    One hundred senventy-five species of marine mollusks have been identified in the Expedition Espírito Santo I. Standing out the species Margarites olivaceus (Brown, 1827); Cyclostremiscus caraboboensis Weishord, 1962; Balcis gibba Folin, 1867; Triphora compsa (Dall, 1927); Henrya af. goldmani Bartsh, 1947 and Limaea subovata Jeffreys, 1876 as they have not been previously assigned to Brazil. The analysis of the geographical distribution patterns points out the dominance of the species with thermophiles affinities. This situation evidences the importance of the Brazilian Current in the maintanance of the biogeographical structure of the studied region. However, it is the analysis of the cryophiles species that shows the Cabo Frio region as an ecological filter quite more permeable to the species with thermophile affinities than to the cryophiles ones. The existence of this barrier and the endemism rate (4.27%) characterize the region that extends from the south of Cabo Frio as a transition between the two patterns cited above. Therefore they do not corroborate in malacological parameters the proposition made by Palacio (1982) for the individualization of the Paulista Province.
  • Ecologia dos flebótomos em um recente foco ativo de Leishmaniose tegumentar no norte do estado do Paraná (Diptera, Psychodidae, Phlebotominae)

    Aguiar, Gustavo Marins de; Vilela, Maurício Luiz; Ferreira, Viviane Arêas; Santos, Tania Goncalves dos
  • Variação sazonal da fauna vágil de Sargassum stenophyllum (Martens) em duas estações com diferentes graus de exposicäo às ondas, em Ibicuí, Baía de Sepetiba, estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

    Albuquerque, Elaine Figueiredo; Guéron, Cordélia de Oliveira Castro

    Abstract in English:

    The seasonal variation of the vagile fauna associated to Sargassum stenophyllum was analyzed from March/1986 to February/1987. The samples were obtained at two stations with differents intensity of wave exposures. Hight density of nematods and amphipods were observed during all of sampling period. Gammarids seems to be more dominant on the exposure site, while nematods, polychaetes and mollusks do on the sheltered one.
  • Cardiacephalina subtr. n. de Taeniapterini (Diptera, Micropezidae, Taeniapterinae)

    Albuquerque, Lindalva Paes de

    Abstract in English:

    A new subtribe of Taeniapterini, named Cardiacephalina, is erected. Keys to genera and species are presented.
  • Espécie nova de Mytilopsis Conrad, 1857, do rio Tocantins, Tucuruí, Pará, Brasil: (Mollusca, Bivalvia, Dreissenidae)

    Alvarenga, Luiz Carlos de Figueiredo; Ricci, Célia Neli

    Abstract in English:

    A new species of Mytilopsis, mollusk bivalvi from Brazilian Amazon Region (Tocantins, Pará) is described. It is different from the American other species due small dimensions and height/width relation.
  • Uma espécie nova de Mycotretus Chevrolat, 1837, da região amazônica (Coleoptera, Erotylidae)

    Alvarenga, Moacyr

    Abstract in English:

    Description of Mycotretus lopesi sp. n., from the Amazon region (Brazil, Pará).
  • First known brazilian species of the genera Scutops and Neoscutops (Diptera: Periscelididae), with comments on the relationships among the species in each genus

    Amorim, Dalton de Souza; Vasconcelos, Cácio Murilo de

    Abstract in English:

    Four new species of Periscelididae are described from Brazil - Neoscutops cariri, sp. n., and Scutops marcgrafi sp. n., from the northern extreme of the Atlantic Forest, S. lopesi, sp. n., from southeastern Brazil, and S. goianiensis, from central Brazil. S. chapmani is herein synonymezed to S. fascipennis. A key is provided for the known species of Neoscutops and Scutops. A brief discussion is made about the possiblem phylogenetic relationships among the species of each of these two genera.
  • Associação e distribuição das espécies de peixes na laguna de Marapendi, Rio de Janeiro, no período de março de 1985 a fevereiro de 1987

    Andreata, José V.; Saad, Adriana M.; Barbiéri, Luiz R. R.

    Abstract in English:

    From March 1985 to February 1987 montly cast net and beach seine sambles were collected at the Marapendi lagoon, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to describe its ichthyofauna and analyze associations between species and their distribution in areas with different salinity regimes. A stratified random sampling design was used and the lagoon diveided in four areas (1-4) according to salinity gradient. The "Bravais-Pearson" correlation index was utilized to analyze the similarity between species and between areas and also group them according to the UPGMA method. According to the results eight species groups were established. The majority of the species were wuryhaline, having a marine origin and were distributed in areas 1, 2 and 3 (high salinity areas). The formation of smaller groups with species of fresh water origin, which occurred in areas 2, 3 and 4 is also discussed.
  • Mass migration of juvenile Biomphalaria glabrata snails bred under semi-natural conditions

    Barbosa, Frederico Simões

    Abstract in English:

    For the development of studies on snail interspecific competition special in-door laboratory channels were built. In the all five channels seeded with adult specimens of Biomphalaria glabrata mass migration of juvenile snails outside the water was observed. Most of the migrant snails presented apertural lamellae. Data collected during the period of two years, showed the regression of the migration phenomenon and the disappearance of the lamellate snails.
  • Novas contribuições ao gênero Ablaptus Stal, 1864 (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae, Discocephalinae)

    Becker, Miriam; Grazia, Jocélia

    Abstract in English:

    In this paper, three new species are described: Ablaptus bolivianus, n. sp. and A. simillimus, n. sp. from Bolivia, and A. lopesi, n. sp. from Brazil. A detailed study of the male genitalia is included, and the relarionships of the genus Ablaptus are discussed.
  • Classificação de fêmeas de Stomoxys calcitrans (L. ) (Diptera: Muscidae), de acordo com a idade fisiológica

    Benigno, Raymundo Nonato Moraes; Garcia, Maria Luiza Maués; Mello, Rubens Pinto de

    Abstract in English:

    With the purpose of maiking easier the determination of the physiological age of Stomosys calcitrans population, a classification based on the oocitary developtment and number of ovipositions was proposed. Female were reared under laboratory conditions, in individual cages and maintained in the presence of male for copulation. On the proper time, ovary and oviduct were removed and the stage of development was observed. Adult female were classified as: 1-New emerged female, 2 - Young nuliparous female, 3 - Old nuliparous female, 4 - Uniparousfemale, 5 - Two or three ovipositions times female, and 6 - Multiparous female.
  • A new species of Stylogaster from Brazil (Diptera: Conipidae)

    Camras, Sidney

    Abstract in English:

    A new species of Stylogaster is described from Roraima, Brazil. It belongs to the neglecta-group of species.
  • Digamacris n. gen. (Orthoptera, Acrididae, Melanoplinae) de la region atlantica meridional de Brasil

    Carbonell, Carlos S.

    Abstract in English:

    Digamacris, a new genus of the Dichroplini (Acrididae, Melanoplinae) is described for the species Pezotettix amoenus Stal, 1878 and Dichroplus fratemus Carl, 1916, both included at present in the genus Dichroplus. These species live in edges and clearings of the Atlantic Forest (Mata Atlantica) of Brazil. D. fratemus is found in the states of Minas Gerais, Espirito Santo and Rio de Janeiro east of the Bay of Guanabara. D. amoenus in the state of Rio de Janeiro W. of the Bay of Guanabara and in the coastal area of the state of São Paulo. The species are illustrated and redescribed. Both have two neatly different chromatic forms of females, while the males are uniform in coloration and closely correspond with one of the female forms.
  • Classificação de Phaonia Robineau-Desvoidy (Diptera, Muscidae) da região neotropical: I. Considerações sobre a sinonímia de Bigotomyia Malloch, com descrição de uma espécie nova

    Carvalho, Cláudio José Barros de

    Abstract in English:

    Some considerations about the synonym of Bigotomyia Malloch, 1922 and Phaonia R.-D, 1830 are made. A new species, P. hugonis sp. n. is described from Peru and Equador.
  • Mirideos neotropicais, CCCXX: um gênero e duas espécies novos do Brasil (Hemiptera)

    Carvalho, José C. M.; Costa, Luiz A. A.

    Abstract in English:

    The authors describe a new genus and two new species of Brazil as follows: Juinacoris n. gen., J. hugoi n. sp., from Juina, Mato Grosso; Perissobasis hugoi n. sp., Juina, Mato Grosso. Figures of habitus and male genitalia are included.
  • Flebotomíneos (Diptera: Psychodidae) no estado de Roraima, Brasil: I. espécies coletadas nas regiões sul e central

    Castellón, Eloy G.; Araujo Filho, Nelson A.; Fé, Nelson F.; Alves, Josete M. C.

    Abstract in Portuguese:

    Durante 1987, nas regiões sul e central do Estado de Roraima, foram realizadas coletas de flebotomineos nas bases de árvores e em armadilhas CDC colocadas a 1,5 e 10m de altura do solo. Foram obtidos 2812 espécimes, de 45 espécies: 35 na região sul e 27 na região cental; 18 espécies foram comuns as duas áreas e 21 estão sendo aqui assinaladas pela primeira vez no Estado. A presente publicação eleva a 54 o número de espécies conhecidad no Estado.
  • Levantamento preliminar de moluscos em praias arenosas e areno-lodosas de Piúma, estado do Espírito Santo, Brasil

    Castro, Gilson Alexandre de; Santos, Écio Franco dos

    Abstract in English:

    The present work is a preliminary contribution to the knowledge of the fauna, with regard to the aspect of mullusks, on the coast located in the city of Piúma (40º45' lat. L and 20º50' long. W) Espírito Santo State, aiming a better comprehension of the distribution and ecology of mollusks in the South Atlantic. Collections were made in planned sporadic periods (May/29 to 31 of 1984; May/04-05 and September/13-16 of 1985; March/26-28; October/30-31 and November/01-02 of 1986), in the intertidal zones in the area, in each chosen region and in presence of an 0.0 tide. The material identified by comparative analysis of the morphologic variability presented a total of 41 generic taxa (52.56%) and 44 specific taxa (52.38%) of the class Gastropoda, 36 generic taxa (46.15%) and 39 specific taxa (46.43%) of the class Bivalvia and 1 generic taxa (1,28%) and 1 specific taxa (1.19%) of the class Scaphopoda.
  • Prosobrânquios terrestres do Brasil: Cyclophoridae: Neocyclotus (N. ) agassizi (Bartsch & Morrison, 1942) (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Mesogastropoda)

    Coelho, Arnaldo C. dos Santos; Salgado, Norma Campos

    Abstract in English:

    Studies on specimens from Brazil (States of Pernambuco and Alagoas) were carried out in order to relate data about morphology of hard and soft parts o Nocyclotus (N.) agassizi (Bartsh & Morrison, 1942).
  • Enteroparasitos em índios Yanomâmi

    Confalonieri, U. E.; Araújo, A. J.; Ferreira, L. F.

    Abstract in English:

    The findings of intestinal helminths and protozoans parasites from the Yanomâmi indians of the Roraima State in Brazil are reported. The fecal samples were collected before these communities started a permanent contact with non-indians. Comments are made on the possible ecological and evolutionary factors responsible for the patterns of parasitism observed.
  • Generos Voriinos de Taquinidos chilenos (Diptera: Tachinidae, Voriini)

    Cortés P., Raúl; González A., Christián R.

    Abstract in English:

    Nine genera and 16 species of Chilean Voriini Tachinid flies are reported in this paper, with a key to differentiate them, a list of recorded species, its geographic distibution within the country and known hosts. The examined examples belong and are deposited at the Collection of Insects of the Instituto de Entomología (UMCE), Santiago. Neochaetoplagia pastranai Blanchard, 1963, from Argentina, and Velardemyia ica Valencia, 1972, from Perú, are reported as present in Chile, while Nothovoria praestans n. gen. & sp., is described as a new monotypic genus.
  • A new species of Dasybasis Macquart from NW of Argentina (Tabanidae, Diptera, Insecta)

    Coscarón, Sixto

    Abstract in English:

    Female and male of Dasybasis diaguita n. sp. from high area of NW of Argentina is described and illustrated.
  • Estudos sobre a resistência ao jejum e aspectos nutricionais de Cavernicola lenti Barrett & Arias, 1985 (Hemiptera, Reduviidae, Triatominae)

    Costa, Jane Margaret; Jurberg, José

    Abstract in English:

    In order to widen the present knowledge on the biology of this species, a study on the resistance to starvation was carried out among all nymphal stages and the adult stage (male and female). All evolutive stages were weighed on precision scale in three different nutritional situations: fed, non-fed and death registered after starvation. This procedure has allowed us to calculate the amount of blood taken in each stage and during the whole cycle, the average loss of weight during starvation and its relations with the initial weight. The insects were fed on mice and after eclosion or ecdisis they were isolated for observation of the starving period. Throuhout the whole experiment they were kept in a B. O. D./DOB incubator (28ºC and 90%R.U.). The resistance to starvation of the insects has grown from the first stage on (average of 15.5 days) to the fifth stage (average of 75.64 days); on the adult stage, the resistance period was equal to the third stage with an average of 41.76 for the males and 44.82 for the females. The amount of ingested blood was greater at the fifth stage worth 34.14 mg, corresponding to 2,04 times its initial weight. The average weight loss during the starvation was greater at the adult stage (23.95 mg), corresponding to 61.52% of the total weight.
  • Presença de material eletrodenso sob a membrana vitelina do ovo de Scaptotrigona postica latr. (Hymenoptera, Meliponinae) durante a fase inicial da embriogenese

    Cruz-Landim, Carminda da; Beig, Darvin

    Abstract in English:

    The present paper reports the presence of an electrondense material of unknown nature distributed under the viteline membrane of Scaptotrigona postica egg. The dorsal side layer is thicker then the ventral one. In eggs newly oviposited the material is gradually distributed inside the plasmalema invaginations. Later on (12 hs after oviposition) when a blastoderm is already formed around the egg, the material moves to the intercellular space. On the sequence of the development there was no more indication of the material under the membrane.
  • Predação e foresia (ocasional?) entre imaturos de Simuliidae (Diptera: Culicomorpha) e Asolene (Pomella) Megastoma (Sowerby, 1825) (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Ampullaridae)

    Darwich, Sandra Magni; Py-Daniel, Victor; Mardini, Lúcia Beatriz Lopes Ferreira

    Abstract in English:

    The predation and phoretic association (occasional?) among simulids and mollusks are being registered here for the first time on the Neotropical region. These inter-relations observations were obtained among Asolene (Pomella) megastoma (Sowerby, 1825) and the simulids: Simulium (Thyrsopelma) Orbitale Lutz, 1910; Simulium (Psaroniocompsa) spp. The material studied is proceeding from the Uruguai river Hidrological Basin. Based on the mollusks natural habitat, it is here suggested his use as a possible integrated management element for simulids species which immature stages live on mighty river with rocks.
  • A cronologia da descoberta dos transmissores da malária na Amazônia brasileira

    Deane, Leonidas M.

    Abstract in English:

    In the Amazon Region of Brazil, during the first three decades of this century, anophelines of the subgenus Nyssorhynchus not precisely identified to species were regarded as the probable malaria vectors. In 1931 and 1933 Anopheles darlingi, and in 1942-1946 An. aquasalis were confirmed as carriers, the former in the interior, the latter along the coast, because of their habits and salivary gland infection. An. albitarsis and An. braziliensis seemed to be occasional, secondary vectors. Forty years later, through immunological tests, other species are being pointed as naturally infected: An. triannulatus, An. nuneztovari, An. oswaldoi, An. strodei, An. galvaoi and An. peryassui. The importance of all incriminated species except An. darlingi (the main vector wherever present) and An. aquasalis has yet to be measured.
  • Simuliofauna do rio Marumbi, Morretes - PR, Brasil: microalgas como alimento de larvas de Simulium incrustatum Lutz, 1910 (Diptera, Simuliidae)

    Dellome Filho, Julio

    Abstract in Portuguese:

    Estuda-se a ficoflórula do conteúdo intestinal de larvas do Simulium incrustatum, num período de 18 meses com 18 amostras, em 1983/84. A identificação até gênero, foi feita com material a fresco e material montato em lamínula. No conteúdo entérico das larvas, constataram-se 50 gêneros nas Divisões Chrysophyta (diatomáceas), Chlorophyta, Cyanophyta e Euglenophyta.
  • Fonte alimentar e potencial vetorial de Triatoma vitticeps (Stal, 1859) com relação à doença de Chagas humana no estado do Espírito Santo, Brasil (Hemiptera, Reduviidae)

    Dias, João Carlos Pinto; Feitosa, Vilma Ramos; Ferraz Filho, Antenor do N.; Rodrigues, Vera Lúcia C.; Alencar, Seila Aires de; Sessa, Paulo Augusto

    Abstract in English:

    In paralel with several other epidemiologic and entomologic data of 19 Municipalities of Espírito Santo State, Brazil, the feeding pattern of 222 Triatoma vitticeps is studied through precipitin tests. Very high levels of natural infection with Trypanosoma cruzi are observed in adult insects, in contrast with the abscence or minimum degrees of infection among nymphs and human individuals. The precipitin tests showed the contact of the insects with multiple blood sources, chiefly human and birds, followed by rodents and marsupials. The data suggest that T. vitticeps in spite of being highly antropophilic, become infected by T. cruzi in sylvatic ambient and occasionally invade houses. The species doesn't seem to be - at least until now - a good vector in the domestic cycle of Chagas' disease. Several factors seem to be involved in this conclusion, mainly the low density of the insect in the houses, its hardness to coloniza them, its slowness concerning to suction and defecation and possibly its low susceptibility to different T. cruzi strains.
  • Notes on species of the genus Agria R.-D. (Diptera, Sarcophagidae)

    Draber-Monko, Agnieszka

    Abstract in English:

    A key is given for the identification of females of all Holarctic species included into this genus, and keys are provided for distinguishing third instar larvae and puparia of two Palaeartic species. In addition to these, the description of the A. monachae (Kr.) female has been expanded.
  • Estudo sobre os Ceratopogonídeos de Minas Gerais: I - Descrição dos machos de Heteromyia chaquensis Duret & Lane, 1955 e Dasyhelea paulistana Forattini & Rabello, 1957 (Diptera, Ceratopogonidae)

    Espínola, Hélio N.; Pelli, Afonso

    Abstract in English:

    This paper describes some results of a systematic survey of the Ceratopogonidae midges of the State of Minas Gerais, Brazil. Three species, Stilobezzia punctulata Lane, 1947, Heteromyia chaquensis Duret & Lane, 1955 and Dasyhelea paulistana Forattini & Rabello, 1957 were identified from a small lake, "Lagoinha" or "Olhos d'Água", near to the main lake of Lagoa Santa. The first descriptions of the males of Heteromyia chaquensis and Dasyhelea paulistana are presented.
  • Schikhobalotrema solitaria sp. n. and S. acanthuri Yamaguti, 1970 (Haplosplanchnidae: Digenea) in Brazilian marine fishes

    Fernandes, Berenice M. M.; Goulart, Miriam B.

    Abstract in English:

    Schikhobalotrema solitaria sp. n. is described from Stephanolepis hispidus (Linnaeus, 1758), and is characterized by the relation between oral sucker and pharynx 1:1,1. This Relation in the other species ranges between 1:0.3-0.6. It is more similar to S. manteri Siddiqi & Cable, 1960 in the distribution of vitellaria, differing from it in the size of vitelline follicles, extension of uterus and in the size of the eggs. S. acanthuri Yamaguti, 1970 is referred for the first time in South America in Mugil liza Valenciennes, 1836 representing a new host record.
  • Novo gastrópode fóssil da bacia de São José de Itaboraí, estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brasil (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Endodontidae)

    Ferreira, Cândido Simões; Coelho, Arnaldo C. dos Santos

    Abstract in English:

    A new species of a very small land snail (Endodontidae) occurring in São José de Itaboraí limestone basin, state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is described in honour of zoologist Hugo de Souza Lopes. Austrodiscus Parodiz, 1957 is registered in the paleontological records, for the first time.
  • Infecção por Enterobius vermicularis em populações agro-pastoris pré-colombianas de San Pedro de Atacama, Chile

    Ferreira, Luiz Fernando; Araujo, Adauto; Confalonieri, Ulisses; Nuñez, Lautaro

    Abstract in English:

    Enterobius vermicularis eggs were found in human coprolites collected from the archaeological site of San Pedro de Atacama, North of Chile, in occupational layers dated from 1,000 BC. Agricultures and herding were begining at this period of time in this region of South America. The paleoparasitological data amplifies the knowledge about the distribution of human oxyuriasis in Pre-Columbian America.
  • Taxonomic study and redescription of Culex (Melanoconion) theobaldi (Lutz, 1904) (Diptera: Culicidae)

    Forattini, Oswaldo Paulo; Sallum, Maria Anice Mureb

    Abstract in English:

    Based on type examination, Culex (Melanoconion) theobaldi (Lutz, 1904) is redescribed. The species Cx. (Mel.) chrysonotum Dyar & Knab, 1908, was put back as synonym of theobaldi. Besides, examination of Cx. (Mel.) chrysothorax (Newstead & Thomas, 1910) type, leads to retiring as synonym of theobaldi and considered it as "species inquirenda".
  • Duas novas espécies de Callichromatini neotropicais (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Cerambycinae)

    Fragoso, Sergio A.; Monné, Miguel A.

    Abstract in English:

    Cnemidochroma lopesi, sp. n. and Xenochroma seabrai, sp. n., from Brazil are described.
  • Influência do hospedeiro no ciclo e comprovação do ciclo heteroxeno de Anocentor nitens (Neumann, 1897)

    Freire, N. M. Serra; Miziara, Soraya R.

    Abstract in English:

    Steers and rabbits were used as experimental hosts for Anocenter nitens during scheduled infections, when ticks were recovered from naturally infected horses. Thus, the influence of the host species on the parasite was evaluated mainly considering parameters related to the engorgement period and pre molting of evolutive stages. It was also observed that almost 5% if the metanymphae and a few more than 1% of metalarvae fall off from the host to molt in the evironment, characterizing cycles in one or more hosts. The heteroxenous cycle is reported for the first time occuring in A. nitens.
  • Descrição da fêmea, genitália do macho e larva de Ocyptamos sativus (Curran, 1941) (Diptera: Syrphidae)

    Freitas, Carlos Diniz

    Abstract in English:

    The female, male genital apparatus and larva of Ocyptamus sativus are described. A short report of the predatory habits of this species is made.
  • Noções de estrutura e biologia dos ácaros

    Galvão, Archibaldo Bello; Guitton, Neide

    Abstract in English:

    Characterization of sub-classe Acari of importance in Agronomy, Veterinary and Medical Parasitology, based on morphology, behavior and environment of allergenic and parasitc species. Keys for the identification of the six families of Psoroptoidea, chiefly of Pyroglyphidae, starting from which various aspects of the acari of domectic dust and their allergenic behavior are studied.
  • Evaluation of different Cypermethrin formulations and concentrations in the control of Musca domestica

    Gebara, Amir Bertoni; Ferreira, Cláudio Santos; Guimarães, José Henrique

    Abstract in English:

    Cypermethrin (4 g/l, 5 g/l wettable powder and 7 ml/l, 10 ml/l emulsifiable concentrate) was tested, under laboratory conditions, against the adult Musca domestica. As a standard for comparison, a 6 ml/l concentrate suspension formulation of deltamethrin was used. One and twenty-four hours after application, mortality counts showed that the substances under test killed, respectively, more than 80% and 85% of the exposed insects. Under the conditions of the test, cypermethrin was considered effective in the control of the house fly.
  • Bionomia de mosquitos (Diptera: Culicidae) em áreas da Mata Atlântica no município de Itaguaí, estado do Rio de janeiro, Brasil: I. Frequência intra, peri e extradomiciliar

    Guimarães, Anthony Érico; Motta, Monique de Albuquerque; Arlé, Monique; Machado, Roberto Martins; Goncalves, Luciene Dias

    Abstract in English:

    Along 24 consecutive months, from January 1984 to December 1986, mosquito captures were performed in a rural area of said municipality. Aiming to evaluate the comparative frequency of the mosquito species inside houses and in the immediate vicinity and far from houses, the captures were made in two types of domiciles - one permanently and the other only sporadically inhabited - as well as in surrounding woods. Variations in temperature, relative humidity and rainfall were locally recorded. A tendency for domiciliation became evident by the presence of Aedes scapularis in the human domiciles, mainly in those permantely inhabited. Culex quinquefasciatus showed to be adapted to live with humans also in rural areas, in which, in some instances, insecticides had to be used to keep in under control. Such observations, mainly in terms of Ae. scapularis, reinforce the possibility of those mosquitoes, under favourable conditions, becoming carries of arboviroses to humans in rural environments.
  • Revision of the subfamily Rogenhoferinae stat. nov. (Diptera, Cuterebridae)

    Guimarães, José Henrique

    Abstract in English:

    The subfamily Rogenhoferinae stat. nov. (Diptera, Cuterebridae) is revised. Two genera are recognized: Rogenhofera Brauer (Type-species, trigonophora Brauer) and Andinocutereba Guimarães (Type-species, fassleri Guimarães). Five species are recorded in Rogenhofera, one R. lopesi is described as new. Key to species, illustrations and distribution are presented.
  • Aspectos ecológicos de Simulium goeldii (Diptera: Simuliidae): relação entre substrato e densidade de larvas

    Hamada, Neusa

    Abstract in English:

    The distribution of larvae of Simulium goeldii was studies in four streams in upland tropical forest near Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil. In each month 32 points were sampled, each with an area of 30 x 50 cm. The areas of all substrates available were measured at each point. The larvae of S. goeldii were collected and later counted for all substrate types where larvae of this species were found. The available substrates were classified into eight types: dry leaves, green leaves, branches, fruits, detritus, rocks and sand; anly the first four types had larvae present. The Kruskal-Wallis test and analysis of variance indicated that the larvae occupy these substrates differently; the Newman-Keuls identified the following differences in intensity of occupation of the susbstrates: branchs differ from roots, dry leaves and green leaves, and green leaves differ from roots and dry leaves. The highest density of larvae was observed on green leaves. However, because the most abundant substrates in the study area were roots and dry leaves, I suggest that the latter two substrates are the most important ones for the esteblishment of this population of S. goeldii.
  • Estudos sobre os Scionini neotropicais do gênero Fidena - o subgênero Leptofidena - (Diptera, Tabanidae, Pangoniinae)

    Iide, Paulo

    Abstract in English:

    The author redescribes the males of Fidena (Leptofidena) morio (Wulp, 1881) based on details of external morphology and of the dissected genitalia hitherto not studied.
  • Avaliação da infestação e diversidade de Teredinidae (Mollusca - Bivalvia) ao longo da costa do estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

    Junqueira, Andrea de O. R.; Silva, Sergio Henrique G. da; Silva, Maria Júlia M.

    Abstract in English:

    In order to evaluate the diversity and infestation level of Teredinidae wood-boring molluscs, ten satations were chosen along the coast of Rio de Janeiro State. Using five pine-wood panels in each station, it was possible to distinguish five areas according to species dominance. Ilha Grande Bay is characterized by the dominance of Lyrodus floridanus (Bartsch, 1922); Sepetiba Bay, by Bankia fimbriatula Moll & Roch, 1931, Tijuca Lagoon by Teredo navalis Linnaeus, 1758; Guanabara Bay by Notoredo knoxi (Bartsch, 1917) and Araruama Lagoon by Teredo furcifera Martens, 1894. Specific composition and dominance of these species were due mainly to abiotic factors such as salinity whereas infestation level was associated not only to salinity but also to other factors such as the quantity and quality of fouling, the presence of larval dispersion focus and the wood supply in each area.
  • Two new species of Crawfordia Pierce from South America, (Strepsiptera: Stylopidae)

    Kogan, Marcos

    Abstract in English:

    Several stylopized specimens were found among the Hymenoptera collection of the Instituto Oswaldo Cruz (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). A paper by Kogan & Oliveira (1966) described the parasites of Polybia represented among those specimens. I describe herein the first neotropical species of the genus Crawfordia parasitizing species of Psaenithia (Andrenidae, Panurgini). The presence of vestigial thoracic segmentation of the female cephalothorax is a peculiar trait of this genus of Strepsiptera. Triungulinids are described in detail for the first time in this genus.
  • Seasonal distribution of a relatively rare and a relatively common species of Thecomyia at Belém, Pará, Brazil (Diptera: Sciomyzidae)

    Knutson, Lloyd; Carvalho, Claudio José Barros de

    Abstract in Portuguese:

    O gênero neotropical Thecomyia (Sciomyzidae) consiste de quatro espécies descritas e onze ainda não descritas (Steyskal & Knutson em preparação), sendo a maioria não muito comum. As espécies são muito próximas e grande número delas somente pode ser separado com base na genitália do macho. Somente é conhecida a biologia e uma espécie, T. limbata (Wiedermann), que, preferentemente, preda moluscos aquáticos (Abercrombie & Berg, 1975). A análise de registros de coletas de espécies relativamente raras e relativamente comuns de Thecomyia (172 especimens do Museu Goeldi coletados em Mocambo, Belém, Pará, Brasil) proporcionam informações sobre a distribuição sazonal de espécies tropicais e sua relativa abundância. Deste material 160 especimens pertencem à T. longicornis Perty e 12 à Thecomyia sp. n. A primeira foi registrada durante todos os meses do ano, mas a espécie nova somente durante junho e dezembro, sugerindo esta última uma população de adultos anual bimodal.
  • Monogenea parasites of Micropogonias furnieri (Desmarest, 1823) (Pisces, Sciaenidae) from the littoral of Rio de Janeiro state, Brazil

    Kohn, Anna; Santos, Cláudia Portes; Cohen, Simone Chinicz

    Abstract in English:

    From the gills of 100 Micropogonia furnieri (Desmarest, 1823) from Atlantic coast of Rio de Janeiro State, were recovered Macrovalvitrema sinaloense Caballero & Bravo-Hollis, 1955, Pterinotrematoides mexicanum Caballero & Bravo-Hollis, 1955, Rhamnocercus rhmnocercus Monaco, Wood & Mizelle, 1954 and Encotyllabe spari Yamaguti, 1934. M. furnieri represents a new host record for them and a new geographical dsitribution is referred for M. sinaloense, P. mexicanum and R. rhmnocercus.
  • Two new species of Euphumosia from Papua New Guinea (Diptera: Calliphoridae)

    Kurahashi, Hiromu

    Abstract in English:

    Two new species of the calliphorid blow flies are described from Papua New Guinea under the names of Euphumosia lopesi and E. robertsi. Body coloration and mesonotal pattern are characteristic and differ from those of the closely allied species, E. evittata Togerson & James, 1967.
  • Scanning eletron microscopy of the first instar larvae of Sarcodexia lambens and Peckia chrysostoma (Diptera: Sarcophagidae)

    Leite, Antônio Cesar Rios; Lopes, Hugo de Souza

    Abstract in English:

    The first instar larvae of Sarcodexia lambens (Wiedemann, 1830) and Peckia chrysostoma (Wiedemann, 1830) dissected from females reared in laboratory, are described under scanning electron microscope (SEM).
  • Avaliação de uma técnica in vivo para medir a infestação por ácaros do gênero Raillietia Trouessart (Acari) em bovinos

    Leite, Rômulo Cerqueira; Faccini, João Luiz Horácio; Costa, Arlindo Luis da

    Abstract in English:

    In vivo flushing of the ear canals with 50 to 100 ml collected all larvae in 100% of infested cattle. All adult mites were collected from 22 ou 27 parasitized ears (81.5%). Both stages adult and larva were collected from 18 out 22 parasitized ears (82%). The technique is adequate as a measure of prevalence, incidence, density/intensity of infestation as well as in vivo diagnosis. No damage to the host ear has been noticed.
  • Megalobulimus lopesi sp. n., uma nova espécie de Pulmonata terrestre da Mata Atlântica brasileira (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Megalobulimidae)

    Leme, José Luiz Moreira

    Abstract in English:

    Megalobulimus lopesi, a new species of megalobulimidae, is described with basis on conchyological and anatomical characters. It is very close to M. grandis (Martens, 1885), the largest species of land gastropds of Brazil, from Sao Sebastiao Island (23º49'S 45º20'W).
  • Estudo da genitália externa masculina de duas espécies de Opisthacidius Berg, 1879 (Hemiptera, Reduviidae, Reduviinae)

    Lent, Herman; Jurberg, José

    Abstract in English:

    In order to stablish new taxonomic characters for the genus Opisthcidius a detailed comparative study of the male external genitalia was performed in O. rubropictus (H. Shaeffer, 1848), the type species, and O. pertinax (Breddin, 1903), mantioned as predators of triatomines. The most representative phallic structures were: the median process of pygophore, the phallosoma struts and the vesica process.
  • Pediculose capitis: prevalência em escolares da Rede Municipal Pública de Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brasil

    Linardi, Pedro Marcos; Maria, Mário de; Botelho, José Ramiro; Cunha, Horácio Capistrano; Ferreira, João Batista

    Abstract in English:

    During 1985, 50,356 children and adolecents from 105 public schools of Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais State were questioned about or examined for head lice (Pediculus capitis). The mean prevalence of pediculosis, obtainde from the questionnaires and sometimes confirmed by head inspections, was 7.7% or else 10.2% when adjusted to 38,311 respondents. Current and past infestations combined - within a period of three months before survey - revealed a total prevalence of 57.4%. Significant differences were observed among socioeconomic levels, and grades of school age. The more prevalent categories among the factors studied were: sex - femal: 9.2% (P<0.001); ethnic group - white: 10.0% (P<0.001); hair length - long: 9.5% (P<0.05); year age-group - 1-5 years: 19.2% (P<0.001), with a peak in the 5th year (21.3%).
  • Ectoparasitos de roedores do município de Tiradentes, Minas Gerais: I. Ectoparasitofauna

    Lopes, Cristina Marques Lisbôa; Linardi, Pedro Marcos; Botelho, José Ramiro
  • Notas sobre Limnophorinae (Diptera, Muscidae) com descrição de uma espécie nova no Brasil

    Lopes, Sonia Maria; Khouri, Andréa

    Abstract in English:

    This work deals with two genera of Limnophorinae. Heliographa longiseta sp. n., and female genitalia of the Heliographa altaneira Albuquerque, 1954, and genital complex of the Spilogona golbachi Snyder, 1957 are studied. New occurrence for Spilogona argentifrontata and Spilogona pubiceps (Stein, 1911) are stated.
  • The occurrence of primary myiasis in cats caused by Phaenicia eximia (Diptera: Calliphoridae)

    Madeira, Newton Goulart; Silveira, Gerson Augusto R.; Pavan, Crodowaldo
  • Eficiência de alfacipermetrina e cipermetrina no controle de triatomíneos em Camalaú, no sul da Paraíba (Hemiptera: Reduviidae)

    Marcondes, Carlos Brisola

    Abstract in English:

    We sprayed, in three groups of Domiciliary Units, 10 and 15 g of alphacypermethrin and 31.3 g of cypermethrin per pump of 10 liters, equivaling, if applied on 250 [squared meters), respectiveliy, to 60 and 40 mg of a alphacypermethrin [per squared meter] and 125,2 mg of cypermethrin [per squared meter]. The invasion, colonization and cumulative indices in the houses and the positivity index in shelters near houses were very low and similar in the three groups, in the 15 months of evaluation, indicating that alphacypermethrin can replace cypermethrin. Triatoma infestans predominated in the Domiciliary Units before treatment and T. brasiliensis and T. pseudomaculata predominated after it.
  • Diseminación de enteroparasitos por Calliphoridae (Insecta, Diptera)

    C. Mariluis, Juan; C. Lagar, Marcela; J. Bellegarde, Enrique

    Abstract in English:

    It is establish the dissemination enteroparasite by Calliphoridae in a district situated around by Federal Capital of Argentina. The species implicated in this dispersal are: Phaenicia sericata (meigen, 1826); Calliphora vicina Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830; Chrysomya chloropyga (Wiedemann, 1818) and Phaenicia eximia (Wiedemann, 1819). Fifty two flies was studies, thirty four (65%) to belong at the family Calliphoridae. Of this thirteen (38%) have eggs of taeniid and cysts of Entamoeba coli (Grassi, 1879) and Giardia lamblia Styles, 1915.
  • Notas sobre os flebótomos dos estados do Ceará e Piauí, com a descrição da fêmea de Lutzomyia samueli (Deane, 1955) (Diptera, Psychodidae, Phlebotominae)

    Martins, Amilcar Vianna; Dias, Edelberto Santos; Falcão, Alda Lima; Silva, João Evangelista da

    Abstract in English:

    The authors present the list of the species caught in the National Parks of Ubajara and Sete Cidades, in the counties of Ubajara (CE) and Piracuruca (PI), respectively, and described the Lutzomyia (Helcocyrtomyia) samueli (Deane, 1955) female, which up to now had been known by the male.
  • Os gêneros Fasciolaria Lamarck, 1799 e Leucozonia Gray, 1847 no nordeste brasileiro (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Fasciolariidae)

    Matthews-Cascon, Helena; Matthews, Henry Ramos; Kotzian, Carla Bender

    Abstract in English:

    The genera Fasciolaria Lamarck, 1799 and Leucozonia Gray, 1847 are represented in Northeastern Brazil by three species. Fasciolaria aurantiaca Lamarck, 1816; Leucozonia ocellata (Gmelin, 1791) and Leucozonia nassa (Gmelin, 1791). The three species are described and illustrated. An identification key for all the above mentioned taxa is included, together with some ecological data. The anatomy and radula of Fasciolaria aurantiaca and Leucozonia nassa are described and illustrated. Polimorfism in Fasciolaria aurantiaca and Leucozonia nassa is discussed.
  • The taxonomic position of the Ctenostylidae (= Lochmostyliinae; Diptera: Schizophora)

    Mcalpine, David K.

    Abstract in English:

    It is shown that Ctenostylidae Bigot (1882) is a valid senior synonym of Lochmostylidae Hendel (1935). The morphology of the Ctenostylidae is considered and compared with the Pyrgotidae. It is concluded that the Ctenostylidae are not closely related to the Pyrgotidae, but form an isolated taxon of obscure relationship. Notes on a speciment of Ctenostylum sp. and a revised key to genera of Ctenostylidae are given.
  • Uma nova espécie de Farrimyia dodge, 1965 (Diptera, Sarcophagidae)

    Mello, Cátia Antunes de

    Abstract in English:

    The male of Farrimyia lopesi, a new species from Maracaí island, Uraricoera river, Roraima, Brazil is described and illustrated.
  • Moluscos encontrados no Sambaqui de Camboinhas, Itaipu, Niterói, estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

    Mello, Elisa Maria Botelho de; Coelho, Arnaldo C. dos Santos

    Abstract in English:

    Archaelogical aspects of Camboinhas' kitchen midden, Itaipu, Niterói, Rio de Janeiro State are presented, as well as samples of mollusca species found in the kitcheen midden.
  • Callistochiton edwini n. sp. Polyplacophora: Callistoplacidae Pilsbry, 1893, do estado de Pernambuco, Brasil

    Mello, Rosa de Lima Silva; Pinto, Stefane de Lyra

    Abstract in English:

    Callistochiton edwini n. sp. (Callistoplacidae Pilsbry, 1893) a new species from the continental platform of Pernambuco, Brazil, South America is described and illustrated. Identification may be made by characteristic morphological aspect of shell and elements of girdle, which are peculiar to this species.
  • Glossuropoda, novo subgênero de Euglossa, e duas espécies novas da Amazônia, do mesmo subgênero (Apidae - Hymenoptera)

    Moure, Jesús S.

    Abstract in English:

    A new subgenus Glossuropoda is proposed for Euglossa intersecta Latreille, 1837, as the type species. It is distinguished from Glossura by having a very peculiar configuration of the mid basitarsus of the male and lack of the median spur. Two new species Euglossa (Glossuropoda) hugonis, from Tabatinga, AM - Brasil, and Euglossa (Glossuropoda) juremae, from Vigia, PA - Brasil, belonging to the same subgenus but strickingly different from the type species by their prevalent green color with brassy and golden hue on the last abdominal segments and hind legs.
  • Factors underlying the natural resistance of animals against snake venoms

    Moussatché, H.; Perales, J.

    Abstract in English:

    The existence of mammals and reptilia with a natural resistance to snake venoms is known since a long time. This fact has been subjected to the study by several research workers. Our experiments showed us that in the marsupial Didelphis marsupialis, a mammal highly resistant to the venom of Bothrops jararaca, and other Bothrops venoms, has a genetically origin protein, a alpha-1, acid glycoprotein, now highly purified, with protective action in mice against the jararaca snake venom.
  • Sarcophagid flies (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) from Tripura, India

    Nandi, B. C.

    Abstract in English:

    Systematic position of seventeen species under nine genera are reported here. Sinonipponia smarti is described as new species. Lioproctia (Coonoria) pattoni (Senior-White) is redescribed and figured.
  • Aspectos da biologia do Aedes albopictus (Skuse, 1894) (Diptera: Culicidae), a nível de campo

    Neves, David Pereira; Silva, Rivany Fernandes da

    Abstract in English:

    After the Aedees albopictus has been discoved by Neves & Espinola (1987) at Minas Gerais state, we begun studying some biologic aspects, such as breeding places, host preference, times of feeding and the preferred places for blood feeding.
  • Sobre uma nova espécie do gênero Aedokritus Roback, 1958 (Diptera: Chironomidae)

    Oliveira, Sebastião José de; Messias, Maria da Conceição

    Abstract in English:

    In this paper we describe a new species of a non-biting midge of the genus Aedokritus Roback, 1958 (Chironominae, Chironomidae) from Brazil and Bolívia. That is the fifth species of this genus. The other species of the genus are: A. penicilligerus (Edwards, 1931), from Argentina and Peru; A. pruinescens (Edwards, 1931), from Argentina; A. platycnemis (Edwards, 1931), from Argentina; and A. sartis Roback, 1960, from Brazil.
  • Cost-effectiveness analysis in Chagas' disease vectors control interventions

    Oliveira Filho, A. M.

    Abstract in English:

    After a large scale field trial performed in central Brazil envisaging the control of Chagas' disease vectors in an endemic area colonized by Triatoma infestans and T. sordida the cost-effectiveness analysis for each insecticide/formulation was performed. It considered the operational costs and the prices of insecticides and formulations, related to the activity and persistence of each one. The end point was considered to be less than 90% of domicilliary unitis (house + annexes) free of infestation. The results showed good cost-effectiveness for a slow-release emulsifiable suspension (SRES) based on PVA and containing malathion as active ingredient, as well as for the pyrethroids tested in this assay-cyfluthrin, cypermethrin, deltamethrin and permethrin.
  • Revisão das espécies neotropicais de Ophyra Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830 (Diptera, Muscidae, Azelinae)

    Pamplona, Denise; Couri, Márcia Souto

    Abstract in English:

    Data on the genus Ophyra and on its known neotropical species are presented as well as a key to segregate them.
  • A new species of Boettcheria (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) from the Dominican Republic

    Pape, Thomas

    Abstract in English:

    Boettcheria solo sp. n. from the Dominican Republic is described and it is argued that its most probable sister group is B. parkeri Aldrich, 1916 from Jamaica. Boettcheria Parker, 1914 is briefly diagnosed and a list of included species is provided.
  • Sobre a anatomia do sistema genital de Bradybaena similaris (Férussac, 1821) (Pulmonata, Stylommatophora, Bradybaenidae) ocorrentes em Porto Alegre, estado do Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil

    Picoral, Mônica; Thomé, José Willibaldo

    Abstract in Portuguese:

    Com base em material coletado em Porto Alegre, apresenta-se um estudo anatômico detalhado do sistema genital de Bradybena similaris (Férussac, 1821), comparado com trabalhos anteriores, propondo-se uma padronização da nomenclatura dos diversos órgãos e regiões, destacando-se a estrutura da região da encruzilhada ("carrefour"), do ovispermioducto até a vagina e do pênis e assinalando-se a independência das aberturas do pênis, vagina e saco do dardo num átrio genital.
  • Synanthropic trends in urban andextraurban taxocenoses of Sarcophaginae (Diptera) in three central european cities

    Povolny, Dalibor; Znojil, Vladimír

    Abstract in English:

    An attempt has been made to characterize the synanthropic trends in Sarcophaginae of three Central European cities, viz. Brno, Bratislava and Budapest. The polar ordination of both sarcophagine taxa and of their taxocenoses revealed clear-cut trends towards culturophily and synanthropy in the male preconnubial aggregations of Sarchophaginae evidencing that this group of high Diptera represent an excellent model for the study of this phenomenon.
  • Novas espécies de Eudorylas Aczél da estação ecológica de Maracá, Roraima, Brasil (Diptera: Pipunculidae)

    Rafael, José Albertino; Rosa, Maria do Socorro dos Santos

    Abstract in English:

    Five new species Eudorylas Aczél are described from Maracá Ecological Station, Roraima, Brazil, namely: E. aquinoi, E. bentoni, E. caccabatus, E. megasurstylus and E. souzalopesi.
  • Cestóides proteocefalídeos de "cachara", Pseudoplatystoma fasciatus (L. ) (Pisces, Pimelodidae) de Mato Grosso

    Rêgo, A. Arandas

    Abstract in English:

    The author describes three species of protcocephalid cestodes from the Pimelodid fish, Pseudoplatystoma fasciatus (L.) from rivers of Mato Grosso, Brazil: Nomimoscolex lopesi sp. n., Peltidocotyle rugosa Diesing, 1850 and Spatulifer rugosa (Woodland, 1935). P. rugosa is for the first time referred in this fish species. One hyperparasite nematode specimen was found in a strobila of S. rugosa.
  • New synonymy and new species in neotropical chloropidae (Diptera)

    Sabrosky, Curtis W.

    Abstract in English:

    An ephydrid, Hyadina porteri Brèthes, 1919, is found to be a senior synonym of Hippelates australis Sabrosky, 1955. New combination: Liohippelates porteri (Brèthes). Two new species, Pseudogaurax souzalopesi from Peru and P. silbergliedi from Panama are described and placed in the synopsis by Sabrosky (1966).
  • On the morphology of Laevapex vazi n. sp. from Brazil (Mollusca: Pulmonata: Basommatophora: Ancylidae)

    Santos, Sonia Barbosa dos

    Abstract in English:

    A description of Laevapex vazi n. sp. based on 8 specimens collectec in Ourinhos, state of São Paulo, is presented. Shell thin, diaphanous, with a light brown periostracum and moderately elliptical opening. Apex not pointed, smooth, situated on the right posterior region of the shell, inclined to the right often reaching the edge of the shell or extending beyond it. Concentric lines clearly visible; radial striation not visible or when perceptible very thin, here and there. Ratios: shell width/shell lenght = 0,60 - 0,67 (mean = 0,63); shell height/shell length = 0,50 - 0,61 (mean = 0,55); shell height/shell width = 0,33 - 0,40 (mean = 0,35). Body of normal ancylid type; mantle pigmentation concentrated on the left side; three muscles are seen: a round posterior one on the left side, an elliptical muscle on the right anterior side and an almost almond-shaped one on the left anterior side. Tentacles with a medium core of black pigment. Pseudobranch two-lobed and folded, the dorsal lobe smaller than the vetral one. Ovotestis with 20 unbranched diverticula, around a short collecting canal. Ovispermiduct with an enlargement with several round outpocketings constituting the seminal vesicle. Carrefour as a round sac. Albumen gland almost cylindrical with several acinous diverticula. Elongated nidamental gland continous with the galndular wall of the uterus; uterus flattened and thin-walled. Spermathecal body almost rounded. Pear-shaped prostate without diverticula. Penial complex without flagellum but with well-developed ultra-penis and penis. Jaw horseshoe shaped. Radular forma 20.1.20; raquidian tooth quadricuspid, asymmetrical. The genus Laevapex Walker, 1903 is recorded for the first time in Brazil. It is easily distinguished from South American Gundlachia Pfeiffer, 1849 by its penial complex. Laevapex vazi is dedicated to Dr. Jorge Faria Vaz, from SUCEN-SP, who have been sent to me the specimens.
  • Trypanorhyncha from sharks of southern brazilian coast: Eutetrarhynchus vooremi sp. n. and two other species parasites of Mustelus (Pisces, Triakidae)

    São Clemente, Sergio Carmona de; Gomes, Delir Corrêa

    Abstract in English:

    In the present paper, Eutetrahynchus vooremi sp. n., a cestode of the order Trypanorhyncha is proposed. The new species was recovered from sharks under the genus Mustelus (Pisces, Triakidae) and was compared to E. ruficollis, E. lineatus, E. leucomelanus, E. litocephalus and E. macrotrachelus. The main character, among others, considered to differ the species refers to the eggs filament, size of proglottids, tentacular hooks and lenght of pars postbulbosa. Two other known species are studied: Callitetrarhynchus gracilis (Rudolphi, 1819) from M. canis (Mitchill, 1815) and Nybelinia (N.) lingualis (Cuvier, 1817) from M. schmitti Springer, 1939 representing new host records.
  • Sapromyza lopesi sp. n. from Brazil: a species related to S. duodecimvittata (Frey, 1919) (Diptera: Lauxaniidae)

    Shewell, G. E.

    Abstract in English:

    A new species, Sapromyza lopesi, is described from Brazil, and compared with its closest relative, S. duodecimvittata (Frey). Some remarks are made on the generic classification of South American Lauxaniidae as it affects these and other species.
  • A new species of Johnstonimyia Lopes from Vanuatu (New Hebrides) (Diptera, Sarcophagidae)

    Shinonaga, Satoshi; Kano, Rokuro

    Abstract in English:

    A new species of the genus Johnstonimyia Lopes, namely J. lopesi, is described and illustrated.
  • Sarcopromusca pruna (Diptera: Muscidae) as an egg transport host of Dermatobia hominis (Diptera: Cuterebridae) in the cacau region of Bahia, Brazil

    Silva, Antonio Amancio Jorge da; Smith, Donald Henry; Andrade, Suely de; Barbosa, Jacques da Silva

    Abstract in English:

    Sarcopromusca pruna appears to be the predominant transport host for Dermatobia hominis eggs among cattle herds in central eastern Bahia, Brazil. In the study area, two seasonal peaks of S. Pruna abundance coincide with those of Dermatobia, from mid July through late September and from mid November until early January, two periods of moderate monthly rainfall between anual extremes. Among more than 26,000 flies examined during the study, 75 (all female S. pruna) bore Dermatobia eggs. Certain aspects of Dermatobia behavior and ovoposition habits in the field are also discussed.
  • Estudo comparado do ciclo evolutivo de triatomíneos a duas temperaturas

    Silva, Ionizete Garcia da; Silva, Heloisa Helena Garcia da

    Abstract in English:

    We studied the life cicle of several triatominae species: Dipetalogaster maximus (Uhler, 1894); Panstrongylus herreri Wygodzinsky, 1948; Panstrongylus megistus (Burmeister, 1835); Rhodnius ecuadoriensis Lent & Leon, 1958; Rhodnius nasutus Stal, 1859; Rhodnius neglectus Lent, 1954; Rhodnius pictipes Stal, 1872; Rhodnius prolixus Stal, 1859; Rhodnius robustus Larrousse, 1927; Triatoma brasiliensis Neiva, 1911; Triatoma infestans (Klug, 1834); Triatoma maculata (Erichson, 1848); Triatoma matogrossensis Leite & Barbosa, 1953; Triatoma platensis Neiva, 1913; Triatoma protracta (Uhler, 1894); Triatoma sordida (Stal, 1859); Triatoma tibiamaculata (Pinto, 1926) e Triatoma vitticeps (Stal, 1859) (Hemiptera, Reduviidae). The main purpose of the study was to obtain information to improve control measures specially in those peridomiciliar species. The experiments were performed in two climatized chambers, both with an humidity of 70 ± 5% and photoperiod of 12 hours. One was maintained at 25 ± 0,5ºC and the other at 30 ± 1ºC.
  • Os mosquitos (Diptera: Culicidae) do campus ecológico da UFMG, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais

    Silva, Rivany Fernandes da; Neves, David Pereira

    Abstract in English:

    In a small forest of 4ha placed inside the Ecologic Campus of Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, were made captures of mosquitoes each fifteen days (during the day and the night) in a complete year: March 1988 to February, 1989. The daylight captures were made on human bait and the night captures were made with New Jersey trap. Sixty one captures were made, yielding 497 specimens of 15 species.
  • Levantamento de microhimenópteros parasitóides de dípteros de importância, médico-veterinária no Brasil

    Silveira, Gerson Augusto R.; Madeira, Newton Goulart; Azeredo-Espin, Ana Maria L. de; Pavan, Crodowaldo

    Abstract in Portuguese:

    De larvas e pupas de Musca domestica, Chrysomya albiceps, Cochliomyia homivorax, Stomoxys calcitrans e Syntesiomyia nudiseta coletadas em diversos ambiente, em São Paulo, Paraná, Mato Grosso, Mato Grosso do Sul e Minas Gerais, foram obtidas dez espécies de microhimenópteros parasitóides da supermamília Chalcidoidea, algumas assinaladas pela primeira vez no Brasil.
  • The neotropical genus Opeatocerata Melander (Díptera, Empididae)

    Smith, Kenneth G. V.

    Abstract in English:

    The Neotropical empidid genus Opeatocerata Melander, hitherto known from only a sigle female from Mexico, is redefined in the light of new material, including males. Three new species are described and illustrated, a key provided and the presence of the genus now additionally established in Costa Rica, Panama, Bolivia, Ecuador, Trinidad and Brazil.
  • Cases of buccal myiasis in the Bullfrog (Rana cates beiana Shaw, 1802), with larvae of Notochaeta sp. aldrich, 1916 (Diptera: Sarcophagidae) in São Paulo, Brazil

    Souza Júnior, Flávio Luiz de; Souza, Clóvis Welsley Oliveira de; Hipolito, Marcio; Baldassi, Lucia; Martins, Mauricio Laterça
  • Uma nova espécie de Punaphyto Townsend, 1916 (Diptera, Sarcophagidae)

    Tibana, Rita

    Abstract in English:

    Male and female of Punaphyto lopesi, a new species from Equador are described and illustrated.
  • A new species of Amphisbaena from the state of Amazonas, Brasil (Reptilia, Amphisbaenia, Amphisbaenidae)

    Vanzolini, P. E.

    Abstract in English:

    Amphisbaena hugoi, sp. n., from the site of the Balbina hydroelectric dam, in the state of Amazonas (01º53'S, 59º28'W), is sufficiently characterized by having (one specimen known): 4 preanal pores; 225 body annuli; 36 tail annuli, with autotomy constriction on the 13th annulus, 16 dorsal and 18 ventral segments to a midbody annulus; body color patter a brown back and a white belly, clearly demarcated, anteriorly at the level of the lateral sulcus, posteriorly one and then two scales below it, with a thin light line on the lateral sulcus, a white cap on the head, dorsally extending onto the neck; autotomy annulus ventrally brown-colored.
  • Prof. Hugo de Souza Lopes and the modern system of Sarcophagidae (Diptera)

    Verves, Yurij G.

    Abstract in English:

    Prof. Dr. Hugo de Souza Lopes is one of the authors of the phylogenetic classification of Sarcophagidae, especially Sarcophaginae. In this paper I present the taxonomic key of the tribes of Sarcophaginae according to his opinion; a list of the 48 genera and subgenera and the 356 species described by Prof. Lopes; and a review of subtribal construction of tribe Sarcophagini with a key of the subtribes. One new subtribe Boettcheriiscina Verves, subtr. nov. and two new monotypic genera (Mufindia Verves, gen. nov., and Sabiella Verves, gen. nov.) are described. The role of Prof. Lopes in the knowledge of taxonomy and ecology of American, Oriental, Australian and Oceanic Sarcophagidae is illumined.
  • Descriptions of three new species of Muscidae in China (Diptera: Muscidae)

    Xue, Wanqi; Wang, Mingfu; Ni, Yongtian

    Abstract in English:

    Three new species of Muscida - Caricea acerca, Phaonia yinggeensis and Helina capaciflava - from China are described.
  • The neotropical biting midges related to Culicoides paraensis (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae)

    Wirth, Willis W.; Felippe-Bauer, Maria Luiza

    Abstract in English:

    Culicoides paraensis (Goeldi), a common and widespread American bloodsucking midge that has been incriminated in the transmission of Mansonellosis and Oropouche Fever of humans in South America, is redescribed and figured. All published records are listed and new distribution is based on examination of extensive collections from throughout its range. Three closely related species of the subgenus Haematomyidium that have been confused with C. paraensis are briefly redescribed and figured, and a key is presented for their identification.
  • Lopesohylemya, a new genus of Anthomyiidae (Diptera) from Qinghai, China

    Fan, Zide; Chen, Zhizi; Ma, Shaoyuan

    Abstract in English:

    An anthomyiid new genus Lopesohylemya with its type species L. qinghaiensis sp. n. from Qinghai, China, is described and figured. It is closely related to Eustalomyia histrio group, which is transferred to present new genus from Eustalomyia, it is suggested by the authors.
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