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- Elaenia parvirostris Turienzo, Paola, 2007, Zootaxa 1561: 38-39.
HEMIPTERA Reduviidae: Triatominae Triatoma infestans Klug in Meigen, 1834 Note: Dinelli (1941) cites several specimens of T. infestans he killed when he camped under a tree of Prosopis nigra Griseb. in Tucumán, and attributes the population reduction of this bird, whose nests are constructed in big trees, because of the high population density of Triatomas living in large trees far away of any other human habitations. He doesn´t mention whether the Prosopis tree had nests. Although this is a supposition, without corroboration of the author, it is coincident with later occurrences of T. infestans in wild ecotopes (birds´nests) (Carpintero 1986; Cichero 1975; Viana & Carpintero 1977), and other non specified Triatominae in nests of Tyrannidae (Bar et al. 1999; Damborsky et al. 2001). Machetornis rixosa (Vieillot, 1819)DIPTERA: Muscidae
Santa Fe: see Table 2, Fig. 9, inside a close nest of other species, generally Furnariidae (de la Peña et al. 2003). HEMIPTERA Reduviidae: Triatominae Species not stated Corrientes (Bar et al. 1999; Damborsky et al. 2001, only as Tyrannidae). Pyrocephalus rubinus [[[Pyrocephalus rubinus|rubinus]] (Boddaert, 1783)] DIPTERA: Muscidae
- Turienzo, Paola; Iorio, Osvaldo Di; 2007: Insects found in birds’ nests from Argentina. Part I: a bibliographical review, with taxonomical corrections, comments and a hypothetical mechanism of transmission of cimicid bugs, Zootaxa 1561: 38-39. doi