Phlebotomus (Adl.) halepensis


  • Theodor
  • 1958:29 (as ssp. of chinensis) [male, female]
  • Iran; Georgia; Syria



Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iran, Israel, Jordan?, Syria, Turkey


  • None


Type habitat: mountain vegetation.

Medical Importance

Suspected vector of L. infantum in U.S.S.R., but may have been confused with P. longiductus (Killick-Kendrick, 1990; Lewis, 1982)

Psychodidae » Phlebotominae » Phlebotomus » Adlerius

Additional References

  • Artemiev 1980b: 1190, current status

Adult Stage, detail photos:

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