Sergentomyia (Ser.) dubia

Author

  • Parrot, Mornet & Cadenat
  • 1945a:236 (in genus Phlebotomus) [male, female]
  • Senegal: Dakar, 1.ii.1943 & 30.viii.1944; Kaolack, 26-27.iv.1944; Toubacouta, 24-25.iv.1944; Mali: Bamako, 8.xi.1943; Ghana: Northern Territory, Tamale; Nigeria: Gadau

Distribution

SpeciesMap

Burkina, Cameroon, Congo, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Mall, Mauritania, Nigeria, Senegal

Synonyms

  • None

Bionomics

Type habitat: steppe/savannah.

Medical Importance

This species (or a closely-related one) found infected with L. major in Senegal ( Desjeux & Waroquy, 1981).

Psychodidae » Phlebotominae » Sergentomyia » Sergentomyia

Additional References

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Adult Stage, detail photos:

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