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Search for the blind vampire: First record of Eoctenes Kirkaldy in Southern Luzon, (Hemiptera: Polyctenidae), with key to the Cimicoidea, ectoparasitic on bats in the Philippines

Amarga, Ace Kevin S.; Yap, Sheryl A.


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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;&lt;strong&gt;Polyctenidae Westwood, also known as bat bugs, is a haematophagous group of hemipterans exclusively ectoparasitic on bats and is closely related to Cimicidae Latreille. These bugs are dorsoventrally flattened with conspicuous ctenidia, apterous, anophthalmus, possess well-developed legs, and reproduce via pseudoplacental viviparity. They are rare compared to other insect taxa ectoparasitic on bats as evinced by a relatively small number of museum collections and described taxa. Worldwide, it is represented by 2 subfamilies, 5 genera, and 32 species. In the Philippines, it is only represented by two species from the genus &lt;em&gt;Eoctenes&lt;/em&gt; Kirkaldy: &lt;em&gt;E. spasmae&lt;/em&gt; (Waterhouse) and &lt;em&gt;E. intermedius&lt;/em&gt; (Speiser). The first Philippine record for the genus was reported in 1961 from Northern Luzon. This paper presents the first record of &lt;em&gt;Eoctenes&lt;/em&gt; in Southern Luzon, with key to the Cimicoidea ectoparasitic on bats in the Philippines.&lt;/strong&gt;&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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