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first detection of leishmania major dna in sergentomyia (sintonius) clydei (sinton, 1928, psychodidae: phlebotominae), from an outbreak area of cutaneous leishmaniasis in recent years there has been growing interest in sergentomyia species. their role in the spread of mammalian leishmaniasis appears repeatedly in the literature and the possibility of its implication in leishmania transmission to humans remains controversial. sergentomyia (sintonius) clydei is one of several cryptic species sharing therefore common morphologic criteria with others species of the subgenera sintonius. little is known about this specie in tunisia. we sampled and identified differe ...201626538476
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