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Fig. 1 | Parasites & Vectors

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From: Nyssorhynchus darlingi genome-wide studies related to microgeographic dispersion and blood-seeking behavior

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Nyssorhynchus darlingi collection sites in Mâncio, Lima city, Acre State, Brazil and in the Salvador community on the Napo River, Iquitos city, Loreto, Peru. AD represent the collection sites: A 7°37′12.9″S, 72°53′06.7″W; B 7°38′02.1"S, 72°52′26.5"W; C 7°39′05.3″S, 72°53′20.9″W; D 3°44′17.1″S 73°14′19.9″W. The schematic representation of respective sites shows the houses where adults were captured (red dots), all breeding sites analyzed within approximately 1 km of each house (blue), forest areas (green) and the main roads (black lines)

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