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Phylogeography of the neotropical Anopheles triannulatus complex (Diptera: Culicidae) supports deep structure and complex patterns

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Moreno, Marta [1] ; Bickersmith, Sara [1] ; Harlow, Wesley [1] ; Hildebrandt, Jessica [1] ; McKeon, Sascha N. [1, 2] ; Silva-do-Nascimento, Teresa Fernandes [3] ; Loaiza, Jose R. [4] ; Ruiz, Freddy [5] ; Lourenco-de-Oliveira, Ricardo [3] ; Sallum, Maria A. M. [6] ; Bergo, Eduardo S. [7] ; Fritz, Gary N. [8] ; Wilkerson, Richard C. [5] ; Linton, Yvonne M. [5] ; Dantur Juri, Maria J. [9] ; Rangel, Yadira [10] ; Povoa, Marinete M. [11] ; Gutierrez-Builes, Lina A. [12] ; Correa, Margarita M. [12] ; Conn, Jan E. [1, 2]
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[1] New York State Dept Hlth, Wadsworth Ctr, Griffin Lab, Albany, NY - USA
[2] SUNY Albany, Sch Publ Hlth, Dept Biomed Sci, Albany, NY - USA
[3] Inst Oswaldo Cruz Fiocruz, Dept Entomol, Rio De Janeiro - Brazil
[4] Inst Invest Cient & Serv Alta Tecnol, Clayton - Panama
[5] Walter Reed Army Inst Res, Div Entomol, Silver Spring, MD - USA
[6] Univ Sao Paulo, Fac Saude Publ, Dept Epidemiol, BR-01255 Sao Paulo - Brazil
[7] SUCEN, Superintendencia Controle Endemias, Sao Paulo - Brazil
[8] Eastern Illinois Univ, Dept Biol Sci, Charleston, IL 61920 - USA
[9] Univ Nacl Tucuman, Inst Super Entomol Dr Abraham Willink, Fac Ciencias Nat & Inst Miguel Lillo, San Miguel De Tucuman - Argentina
[10] Cent Univ Venezuela, Lab Biol Vectores, Inst Zool & Ecol Trop, Caracas - Venezuela
[11] Inst Evandro Chagas, Seccao Parasitol, Belem, Para - Brazil
[12] Univ Antioquia, Escuela Microbiol, Grp Microbiol Mol, Medellin - Colombia
Número total de Afiliações: 12
Tipo de documento: Artigo Científico
Fonte: PARASITES & VECTORS; v. 6, FEB 22 2013.
Citações Web of Science: 15
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Background: The molecular phylogenetic relationships and population structure of the species of the Anopheles triannulatus complex: Anopheles triannulatus s.s., Anopheles halophylus and the putative species Anopheles triannulatus C were investigated. Methods: The mitochondrial COI gene, the nuclear white gene and rDNA ITS2 of samples that include the known geographic distribution of these taxa were analyzed. Phylogenetic analyses were performed using Bayesian inference, Maximum parsimony and Maximum likelihood approaches. Results: Each data set analyzed separately yielded a different topology but none provided evidence for the separation of An. halophylus and An. triannulatus C, consistent with the hypothesis that the two are undergoing incipient speciation. The phylogenetic analyses of the white gene found three main clades, whereas the statistical parsimony network detected only a single metapopulation of Anopheles triannulatus s. l. Seven COI lineages were detected by phylogenetic and network analysis. In contrast, the network, but not the phylogenetic analyses, strongly supported three ITS2 groups. Combined data analyses provided the best resolution of the trees, with two major clades, Amazonian (clade I) and trans-Andean + Amazon Delta (clade II). Clade I consists of multiple subclades: An. halophylus + An. triannulatus C; trans-Andean Venezuela; central Amazonia + central Bolivia; Atlantic coastal lowland; and Amazon delta. Clade II includes three subclades: Panama; cis-Andean Colombia; and cis-Venezuela. The Amazon delta specimens are in both clades, likely indicating local sympatry. Spatial and molecular variance analyses detected nine groups, corroborating some of subclades obtained in the combined data analysis. Conclusion: Combination of the three molecular markers provided the best resolution for differentiation within An. triannulatus s. s. and An. halophylus and C. The latest two species seem to be very closely related and the analyses performed were not conclusive regarding species differentiation. Further studies including new molecular markers would be desirable to solve this species status question. Besides, results of the study indicate a trans-Andean origin for An. triannulatus s. l. The potential implications for malaria epidemiology remain to be investigated. (AU)

Processo FAPESP: 11/20397-7 - Taxonomia morfológica e molecular e filogenia do subgênero Nyssorhynchus do gênero Anopheles (Diptera: Culicidae), com ênfase especial em Anopheles darlingi da Mata Atlântica
Beneficiário:Maria Anice Mureb Sallum
Linha de fomento: Auxílio à Pesquisa - Regular