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From: Shared species of crocodilian trypanosomes carried by tabanid flies in Africa and South America, including the description of a new species from caimans, Trypanosoma kaiowa n. sp.

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Geographical origin of crocodilian trypanosomes in South America and Africa. Trypanosomes were obtained from blood of caiman and crocodiles, and guts of tabanid and tsetse flies. Samples of T. kaiowa n. sp., T. ralphi and Trypanosoma sp. Tab01 were from Africa and South America; T. terena, T. clandestinus and Cay03 from South America; T. grayi from Africa. Hydrographic basins: OR, Orinoco; AM, Amazonas; AT, Araguaya-Tocantins; PP, Paraná-Paraguay

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