Phlebotomus (Pab.) sergenti

Author

  • Parrot
  • 1917:564 [male]
  • Algeria: Constantine, Mac-Mahon, 930 m, vi.1917; Syntypes (IP Algiers)

Distribution

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Afghanistan, Algeria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Egypt, Ethiopia, France (inc. Corsica), Greece, India, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Italy (inc. Sicily), Jordan, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Libya, Mali, Malta, Morocco, Nepal, Niger, Pakistan, Portugal, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, South Yemen, Spain, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, Yemen, Yugoslavia

Synonyms

  • None

Bionomics

This species extends further north than P. papatasi.

Medical Importance

"Extends further north than P. papatasi; considered vector of L. tropica in Afghanistan, Afghanistan, Crete, Iran, Iraq and India on the basis of distribution and ecology (Adler & Theodor, 1957; Lewis & Ward, 1987); susceptible to L. major and L. tropica and believed to transmit the latter in U.S.S.R." [Seccombe & Ready 1993: 14].

Psychodidae » Phlebotominae » Phlebotomus » Paraphlebotomus

Additional References

Adult Stage, detail photos:

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