Nyssomyia anduzei


  • (Rozeboom)
  • 1942:91 (F; Phlebotomus)
  • Gran Sabana, Venezuela



Brazil, Costa Rica, French Guiana, Panama, Venezuela


  • None


Lutzomyia anduzei is an anthropophilic species and is widespread in the Amazon basin (Young and Duncan 1994).

Medical Importance

Reports indicate that this species is a secondary vector of Leishmania guyanensis (Lainson et al. 1979)

Psychodidae » Phlebotominae » Nyssomyia

Additional References

Adult Stage, detail photos:

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Adult Stage, Illustrations:

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