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Table 2 Parasite lineages detected in mosquitoes captured at Mata Seca State Park, Brazil

From: Searching for putative avian malaria vectors in a Seasonally Dry Tropical Forest in Brazil

  Successional stage of collection Season Lineage name (GenBank acc. No.) Vertebrate hosts of previous detections (order) Locations of previous detections (GenBank acc. No.)
Mansonia titillans Late stage Peak rainy PAMIT01 (KX068686) Leptotila verreauxi (Columbiformes); Myiodynastes maculatus (Passeriformes); Nycticorax nycticorax (Pelecaniformes) MSSP (unpublished observations); São Paulo Zoo (KU057967)
Mansonia titillans Pasture End rainy MaTIT01 (KX068685) New lineage  
Mansonia pseudotitillans Pasture End rainy TUMIG03 (KX068687) Catharus ustulatus; Turdus migratorius; Tangara icterocephala, Turdus assimilis; Turdus amaurochalinus (Passeriformes) Alaska, USA (JN792135); Missouri, USA (AF465548); Costa Rica (JN819328); Southeastern Brazil (JX021462)
Psorophora discrucians Early stage Peak rainy Haemoproteus syrnii PsDIS01 (KX068688) Megascops choliba (Strigiformes) São Paulo State, Brazil (KJ575554)
Psorophora discrucians Early stage Peak rainy PsDIS02 (KX068689) New lineage  
Culex sp. Pasture Peak rainy P. gallinaceum (KX068694) Gallus gallus domesticus (Galliformes)  
Culex sp. Pasture Peak rainy P. gallinaceum-like (KX068690-93) New lineage  
  1. Abbreviation: MSSP Mata Seca State Park, unpublished observations