Lutzomyia (Helcocyrtomyia) hartmanni ( Fairchild & Hertig, 1957 ), Fairchild & Hertig, 1957

Ibáñez-Bernal, Sergio, Muñoz, José, Rebollar-Téllez, Eduardo A., Pech-May, Agelica & Marina, Carlos F., 2015, Phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) of Chiapas collected near the Guatemala border, with additions to the fauna of Mexico and a new subgenus name, Zootaxa 3994 (2), pp. 151-186: 159-161

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Lutzomyia (Helcocyrtomyia) hartmanni ( Fairchild & Hertig, 1957 )
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Lutzomyia (Helcocyrtomyia) hartmanni ( Fairchild & Hertig, 1957)  

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Phlebotomus hartmanni Fairchild & Hertig, 1957: 328   (♂, ♀). Type locality: Panama, Cerro Campana.

Lutzomyia hartmanni (Fairchild & Hertig)   : Barretto, 1962: 96 (listed); Martins et al., 1978: 79 (references, distribution); Young, 1979: 199 (references, figures); Morales et al., 1981: 201 ( Colombia); Christensen et al., 1983: 466 ( Panama); Young & Rogers, 1984: 599 ( Ecuador); Murillo & Zeledón, 1985: 99 ( Costa Rica); Alexander et al., 1992 a: 37 ( Ecuador).

Psychodopygus hartmanni (Fairchild & Hertig)   : Forattini, 1971 a: 105; Forattini, 1973: 466 (taxonomy).

Lutzomyia (Helcocyrtomyia) hartmanni (Fairchild & Hertig)   : Young & Duncan, 1994: 728 (taxonomy, references, distribution); Galati, 2003: 35 (listed as series sanguinaria, keys).

Diagnosis. Clypeus at most 0.3 times the length head. Male: gonocoxite with a basal tuft of 1 to 4 setae, of which one is large and the other if present very small; nearly all specimens observed from Mexico has only the large setae; gonostylus with the internal spiniform setae originated at middle of structure; wing with delta small or similar than 0.33 the alpha length; diameter of the basal apex of ejaculatory apodeme about 4.0 times the diameter of ejaculatory apodeme at middle; lateral lobe shortest than gonocoxite. Female: palpal segment 5 as long or shortest than 1.25 the length of 3 segment; spermatheca thin, the apical annulus as wide as the preceding one; individual spermathecal ducts longer than spermatheca ( Galati 2003).

Material examined. MEXICO: CHIAPAS: Guadalupe Miramar, 12 -viii- 2009, 2 ♂; 18 -ii- 2010, 2 ♂; 19 -iii- 2010, 3 ♂; 20 -iv- 2010, 3 ♂; 22 -iv- 2010, 2 ♂; 11 -v- 2010, 1 ♂; 12 -v- 2010, 10 ♂; 15 -v- 2010, 1 ♂; 13 -v- 2010, 3 ♂; 21 -iv- 2010, 1♀; 11 -v- 2010, 1 ♀; 12 -v- 2010, 2 ♀; 15 -vi- 2010, 1 ♂; 11 -viii- 2010, 6 ♂; 20 -x- 2010, 1 ♂; 16 -xi- 2010, 3 ♂; 17 -xi- 2010, 1♂; 02-xii- 2010, 2 ♂; 19 -i- 2011, 1 ♂; 20 -i- 2011, 1 ♂; 08-ii- 2011, 1 ♂; 15 -iii- 2011, 1 ♂. Loma Bonita, 16 -i- 2010, 2 ♀; 19 -ii- 2010, 1 ♀; 20 -iii- 2010, 1 ♂. Collected with CDC light traps.

Distribution. COSTA RICA, PANAMA, COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, and PERU ( Galati 2003). This is the first record in MEXICO.

Remarks. One specimen from Guadalupe Miramar, show a teratology in the gonostylus as it presents two median setae, so the spiniform setae formula of gonostylus is 2 + 1 + 2 + 1 in both sides. All other diagnostic characters correspond to Lu. (Hel.) hartmanni   . Females of this species are anthropophilous.

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Psychodidae

Genus

Lutzomyia

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Lutzomyia (Helcocyrtomyia) hartmanni ( Fairchild & Hertig, 1957 )

Ibáñez-Bernal, Sergio, Muñoz, José, Rebollar-Téllez, Eduardo A., Pech-May, Agelica & Marina, Carlos F. 2015
2015
Loc

Lutzomyia (Helcocyrtomyia) hartmanni

Galati 2003: 35
Young 1994: 728
1994
Loc

Psychodopygus hartmanni

Forattini 1973: 466
Forattini 1971: 105
1971
Loc

Lutzomyia hartmanni

Alexander 1992: 37
Young 1979: 199
Martins 1978: 79
Barretto 1962: 96
1962
Loc

Phlebotomus hartmanni

Fairchild 1957: 328
1957