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      New records of bat ectoparasites (Diptera, Hemiptera and Siphonaptera) from northern Argentina Translated title: Nuevos registros de insectos ectoparásitos de murciélagos (Diptera, Hemiptera y Siphonaptera) del norte de la Argentina

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          New species of bat-ectoparasite insects are added to the fauna of Argentina and distributional limits are extended for others, based on information obtained from 21 species of bats collected. New data is reported for the distribution of 23 species of bat ectoparasites, of which 17 belong to the Order Diptera [14 Streblidae: Anastrebla caudiferae Wenzel, Anatrichobius scorzai Wenzel, Aspidoptera phyllostomatis (Perty), Megistopoda aranea (Coquillett), M. proxima (Sèguy), Metelasmus pseudopterus Coquillett, Noctiliostrebla aitkeni Wenzel, N. dubia (Rudow), Paradyschiria fusca Speiser, Paradyschiria sp., Strebla chrotopteri Wenzel, Strebla diaemi Wenzel, Trichobius parasiticus Gervais y Xenotrichobius noctilionis Wenzel, and three Nycteribiidae: Basilia carteri Scott, B. plaumanni Scott y B.neamericana Schuurmans Stekhoven (Jr)], three belong to the Order Siphonaptera [one Ischnopsyllidae: Myodopsylla isidori (Weyenbergh), one Tungidae: Rhynchopsyllus pulex Haller, and one Stephanocircidae: Craneopsylla m. minerva (Rothschild)] and three belong to Order Hemiptera [two Polyctenidae: Hesperoctenes fumarius (Westwood) and H. vicinus Jordan, and one Cimicidae: Latrocimex spectans Lent]. Some records are new for Argentina, while others are new for the provinces of Corrientes, Chaco, Entre Ríos, Jujuy, Misiones and Salta. Also new host-parasite relationships are reported.

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          Se agregan nuevas especies de insectos ectoparásitos de murciélagos a la fauna de Argentina y se extiende los límites de distribución de otras, mediante ejemplares colectados de 21 especies de murciélagos. Se reportan novedades distribucionales para 23 especies de ectoparásitos de las cuáles 17 pertenecen al Orden Diptera [14 Streblidae: Anastrebla caudiferae Wenzel, Anatrichobius scorzai Wenzel, Aspidoptera phyllostomatis (Perty), Megistopoda aranea (Coquillett), M. proxima (Sèguy), Metelasmus pseudopterus Coquillett, Noctiliostrebla aitkeni Wenzel, N. dubia (Rudow), Paradyschiria fusca Speiser, Paradyschiria sp., Strebla chrotopteri Wenzel, Strebla diaemi Wenzel, Trichobius parasiticus Gervais y Xenotrichobius noctilionis Wenzel, y tres Nycteribiidae: Basilia carteri Scott, B. plaumanni Scott y B.neamericana Schuurmans Stethoven (Jr)], tres pertenencen al Orden Siphonaptera [un Ischnopsyllidae: Myodopsylla isidori (Weyenbergh), un Tungidae: Rhynchopsyllus pulex Haller y un Stephanocircidae: Craneopsylla m. minerva (Rothschild)] y tres al Orden Hemiptera [dos Polyctenidae: Hesperoctenes fumarius (Westwood) y H. vicinus Jordan, y un Cimicidae: Latrocimex spectans Lent]. Algunos registros son nuevos para Argentina, mientras que otros son nuevos para las provincias de Corrientes, Chaco, Entre Ríos, Jujuy, Misiones y Salta. Además se registran nuevas asociaciones hospedador-ectoparásito.

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                Neotropical Entomology
                Neotrop. entomol.
                Sociedade Entomológica do Brasil (Londrina )
                1678-8052
                April 2009
                : 38
                : 2
                : 165-177
                Affiliations
                [1 ] Univ. Nacional de Tucumán
                [2 ] Univ. Nacional de Tucumán
                [3 ] Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas
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                S1519-566X2009000200002
                10.1590/S1519-566X2009000200002
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