Phlebotomus (Adl.) longiductus

Author

  • Parrot
  • 1928:29 (as var. of major) [male]
  • USSR: Uzbeldstan, Buldaara, Shakhrisyabz, vii. 1927

Distribution

SpeciesMap  SpeciesMap

Afghanistan, China (Xinjiang), Kazakhstan, India, Pakistan, Romania, Uzbekistan

Synonyms

  • tauriae Perfil'ev
    • 1966:312 (as ssp. of chinensis) [male, female]
    • Type-loc: U.S.S.R.: Crimea

Bionomics

Type habitat: desert vegetation/steppe. In Afghanistan, occurs between 1000 and 2000 m a.s.l. and is anthropophillic (Artemiev, 1978a).

Medical Importance

A vector of visceral leishmanaisis in China, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and other parts of Central Asia (Killick-Kendrick, 1990; Leng, 1988)

Psychodidae » Phlebotominae » Phlebotomus » Adlerius

Additional References

Adult Stage, detail photos:

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