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Names of the Triatominae of North and Central America and the West Indies: their histories, derivations and etymology (Hemiptera: Reduviidae: Triatominae)



Names of the Triatominae of North and Central America and the West Indies: their histories, derivations and etymology (Hemiptera: Reduviidae: Triatominae)



Bulletin of the Society of Vector Ecologists 11(2): 209-220



Histories, derivation and etymology of 95 taxa of Triatominae are presented. Genera and number of specific and subspecific names by genera are as follows: Triatoma (46 taxa), Eratyrus (2), Dipetalogaster (1), Panstrongylus (3), Paratriatoma (5), Rhodnius (3), Bolbodera (1), Belminus (2), Microtriatoma (1) and Cavernicola (1). Twenty synonyms are also included.

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