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posted on 2023-03-17, 17:39 authored by Maikell Segovia, Philipp Schwabl, Salem Sueto, Candy Cherine Nakad, Juan Carlos Londoño, Marlenes Rodriguez, Manuel Paiva, Martin Stephen Llewellyn, Hernán José Carrasco

A. Numbers of triatomine specimens obtained from each MDC parish for the collection period 2007–2019. Fill color in the choropleth map represents the total number of specimens obtained per parish, increasing from lighter to darker blues. No specimens were obtained from Catedral parish (#6, white fill). A total of 4872 specimens were obtained across 31 parishes. B. Rates of natural T. cruzi infection in triatomine specimens from each MDC parish for the collection period 2007–2019. Fill color in the choropleth map represents the rate of T. cruzi infection (by microscopy) per parish, increasing from lighter to darker blues. Infection occurred in all parishes from which triatomine specimens were obtained. The analyzed sample set represents 3845 specimens. C. Rates of observing liquid material (potential bloodmeal) in triatomine intestinal content from each MDC parish for the collection period 2007–2019. Fill color in the choropleth map represents visually blooded triatomine occurrence per parish, increasing from lighter to darker blues. The visually blooded condition occurred in all parishes from which triatomine specimens were obtained. The analyzed sample set represents 4422 specimens. A random subset of visually blooded specimens from Petare (#32), Baruta (#23), and Sucre (#22) feature in bloodmeal barcoding analysis. The country map at bottom was created using 1:10 m cultural vectors from https://www.naturalearthdata.com. MDC maps above contain information from OpenStreetMap and OpenStreetMap Foundation, which is made available under the Open Database License. Specifically, parish boundaries were plotted using administrative level 7 lines downloaded with the OpenStreetMap Overpass API [42].

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