Phlebotomus (Adl.) turanicus


  • Artemiev
  • 1974a:163 (as ssp. of simici) [male, female]
  • Afghanistan: Kunduz Province, Aliabad, vi.1972



Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan


  • None


Type habitat: found mainly in rodent and bird burrows and sometimes in houses; anthropophilic species (Artemiev, 1978a).

Medical Importance

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Psychodidae » Phlebotominae » Genus » subgenus

Additional References

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