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REVISTA MEXICANA DE BIODIVERSIDAD, ISSN 1870-3453, 01/2019, Volume 90
Triatomine insects are vectors of Trypanosoma cruzi (Chagas, 1909), the causing agent of Chagas disease. We studied the morphological ontogenetic changes of... 
Instar | Growth | BODY-SIZE | TRYPANOSOMA-CRUZI | BEHAVIOR | Mobility | TRIATOMA-INFESTANS HEMIPTERA | DISTURBANCE | Feeding | MEXICO | Phenotype | EVOLUTION | Triatominae | Vision | REDUVIIDAE | DISEASE | Development | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION
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