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Fig. 4

From: Distribution, genetic characteristics and public health implications of Triatoma rubrofasciata, the vector of Chagas disease in Guangxi, China

Fig. 4

Four Triatoma rubrofasciata bite cases. a A bite by an adult T. rubrofasciata caused cutaneous symptoms including urticaria, flushing, pruritus, and angioedema. b A bite by an adult T. rubrofasciata (middle) caused palpebral oedema (left) and slight skin redness on the back (right). c A bite by a fifth-instar T. rubrofasciata (left) caused an urticarial skin reaction and slight redness on the arm (right). d A woman was bitten by an adult T. rubrofasciata on her foot, thigh and knees while sleeping

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