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      A new flea, Ectinorus (Ectinorus) insignis n. sp. (Siphonaptera, Rhopalopsyllidae, Parapsyllinae), with notes on the subgenus Ectinorus in Chile and comments on unciform sclerotization in the superfamily Malacopsylloidea Translated title: Description d’une puce nouvelle, Ectinorus (Ectinorus) insignis n.sp. (Siphonaptera, Rhopalopsyllidae, Parapsyllinae): notes sur le sous-genre Ectinorus au Chili et discussion sur les sclérotisations unciformes dans la super-famille Malacopsylloidea

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          A list is provided for the species of Ectinorus sensu stricto from Chile. Ectinorus ( Ectinorus) insignis n. sp. is described from Chile: this species is characterized by the male genitalia. In the subgenus Ectinorus, the authors report the presence in Chile of E. pilosus Beaucournu & Carmen Castro, 2002 described from Argentina and E. simonsi (Rothschild, 1904) described from Bolivia but also known from Peru. A female neallotype is designated for E. ineptus Johnson, 1957. “Unciform sclerotization” is noted and illustrated for the first time, in all Malacopsylloidea, and a list is given for all studied species.

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          La liste des Ectinorus sensu stricto connus du Chili est donnée et Ectinorus ( Ectinorus) insignis n. sp. est décrit: l’espèce est caractérisée par la structure des genitalia mâles. Dans le sous-genre Ectinorus, les auteurs signalent la présence au Chili de E. pilosus Beaucournu & Carmen Castro, 2002, décrit d’Argentine et de E. simonsi (Rothschild, 1904) décrit de Bolivie, puis retrouvé au Pérou. Un néallotype femelle est désigné pour E. ineptus Johnson, 1957. Une “sclérification unciforme” est notée et illustrée pour la première fois chez tous les Malacopsylloidea, et une liste est donnée pour toutes les espèces étudiées.

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          Systematic review of genera and subgenera of Rhopalopsyllinae (Siphonaptera: Rhopalopsyllidae) by phenetic and cladistic methods.

          A systematic review of genera and subgenera of Siphonaptera Rhopalopsyllinae comprising nine operating taxonomic units is presented based on phenetic and cladistic analysis. Twenty-seven characters of adults were analyzed and the character states were determined for each character by the out-group method. Phenogram and cladograms indicated two tribes, each with two subtribes. Systematic changes proposed as a result of this study include the raising of the subgeneric status of Gephyropsylla, Hechteilla, and Ayeshaepsylla to independent genera; the recognition of a new genus, Neotropsylla, to include Polygenis guimaraesi Linardi; the division of the genus Polygenis Jordan into two subgenera: Neopolygenis subgen. n., to include species of the atopus group, and Polygenis s. str., for remaining species.
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            Deux espèces nouvelles de puces (Siphonaptera : Ctenophthalmidae & Rhopalopsyllidae) du Chili

            Agastopsylla guzmani n. sp. (Ctenophthalmidae) et Delostichus degus n. sp. (Rhopalopsyllidae) sont décrites. Une clé est donnée pour le genre Agastopsylla ; pour le genre Delostichus, une brève comparaison est faite avec D. incisus et D. ojedoi décrites depuis la parution du Catalogue de Smit en 1987.
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              Notes on some fleas (Siphonaptera) from Chile.

               E. Jameson,  G W Fulk (1977)
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                Journal
                Parasite
                Parasite
                parasite
                Parasite
                EDP Sciences
                1252-607X
                1776-1042
                2013
                15 October 2013
                : 20
                : ( publisher-idID: parasite/2013/01 )
                Affiliations
                [1 ] Laboratoire de Parasitologie et Zoologie appliquée, Faculté de Médecine 2 avenue du Professeur Léon Bernard 35043 Rennes Cedex France
                [2 ] Institut de Parasitologie de l’Ouest, Faculté de Médecine 2 avenue du Professeur Léon Bernard 35043 Rennes Cedex France
                [3 ] Laboratoire de Parasitologie, Mycologie et Immunologie parasitaire, Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire 2 rue Henri Le Guilloux 32033 Rennes Cedex France
                [4 ] Facultad de Ciencias Veterinarias, Universitad de Concepción Casilla 537 Chillán Chile
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                parasite130017 10.1051/parasite/2013033
                10.1051/parasite/2013033
                3796371
                24125080
                © J.-C. Beaucournu et al., published by EDP Sciences, 2013

                This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License ( http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

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