Bichromomyia reducta


  • Feliciangeli, Ramirez Perez & Ramirez
  • 1988a:54 (M, F)
  • Cerro La Neblina, Amazonas, Venezuela



Brazil, Venezuela


  • None


Adults were collected using malaise traps, and resting on leaves at the type locality in Venezuela (Feliciangeli et al. 1988).

Medical Importance

Potential vector of Leishmania amazonensis (Freitas et al. 1989).

Psychodidae » Phlebotominae » Bichromomyia

Additional References

Adult Stage, detail photos:

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