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  • Programme

Plenary speakers

  • Francisco Ferreira

    Center for Vector Biology, Rutgers University, USA
     

    Mosquito transcriptional response to Plasmodium in the Hawai‘i avian malaria system

  • Laryssa Howe

    School of Veterinary Science, Massey University, New Zealand

    Avian malaria in New Zealand

  • Maria A. Pacheco

    Institute for Genomics and Evolutionary Medicine (iGEM), Temple University, USA 

    Understanding the origin of Lemur malaria parasites

  • Nina Wale

    Department of Microbiology & Molecular Genetics & Integrative Biology, Core Faculty, EEB Program, Michigan State University, USA

    Quantifying host defense strategies against malaria parasites to better understand parasite evolution & host disease

  • Juliane Schaer

    Humboldt University Berlin, Germany

     

    Haemosporidian parasites of bats – different patterns across a diverse host group

  • Pavel Široký

    Department of Biology and Wildlife Diseases, University of Veterinary Sciences Brno, Czech Republic

    It is hard to re-find species. Past, present, and future pitfalls of species diagnosis and taxonomy of haemogregarines.

Preliminary programme

Summary of the conference (preferrable slide format 16:9)

 

Monday, 5th SEPTEMBER

10:00-10:15

Opening remarks

 

SESSION 1

10:15- 11:00

Plenary lecture

Maria A. Pacheco. Understanding the origin of Lemur malaria parasites. Institute for Genomics and Evolutionary Medicine iGEM, Temple University, USA.

 

11:00-11:15

Tamara Emenegger, Staffan Bensch. The MalAvi database – a treasure chest and a hard nut to crack. Molecular Ecology and Evolution Lab, Department of Biology, Lund University, Sweden.

 

11:15-11:30

Sandrine Musa. Multiple infections - new insights into a neglected topic in avian haemosporidian studies. University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany.

 

11:30-11:45

Vaidas Palinauskas, Rita Žiegytė, Jakovas Šengaut, Justė Aželytė, Elena Platonova, Rasa Bernotienė. Experimental studies on avian Plasmodium co-infections. Nature Research Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania.

 

11:45-12:00

Xi Huang. Inferring the evolutionary pattern of host-parasite associations. MOE Key Laboratory for Biodiversity Science and Ecological Engineering, College of Life Sciences, Beijing Normal University, China.

 

12:00-13:30

LUNCH

 

SESSION 2

13:30-14:15

Plenary lecture

Pavel Široký. It is hard to re-find species. Past, present, and future pitfalls of species diagnosis and taxonomy of haemogregarines. Department of Biology and Wildlife Diseases, University of Veterinary Sciences Brno, Czech Republic.

 

14:15-14:30

Oskar Werb, Branka Pejic , Jaap van Schaik, Chatree Chumnandee, Nawarat Pha-obnga, Juliane Schaer. Molecular investigation of Polychromophilus parasites – data from infections in bat flies of Miniopterus bats in Serbia and in Scotophilus bats in Thailand. Institute of Biology, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany.

 

14:30-14:45

Nayden Chakarov. The perks of having great pets. Department of Animal Behaviour, Bielefeld University, Germany.

 

14:45-15:15

COFFEE BREAK

 

SESSION 3

15:15-15:30

German A. Gutiérrez-Liberato, Ingrid A. Lotta-Arévalo, Leydy P. González, Cristian C. Rodriguez, Mario Vargas-Ramírez, Oscar Rodríguez-Fandiño, Axl S. Cepeda, Martha Lucia Ortiz-Moreno, Nubia E Matta. Blood parasites of chelonians in Colombia. Departamento de Salud pública, Facultad de Medicina, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia.

 

15:30-15:45

Ravinder Sehgal. Tropical Deforestation effects on Avian Haemosporidian Communities. Department of Biology, San Francisco State University, USA.

 

15:45-16:00

María Teresa Reinoso Pérez, Doriane Anglade, André Dhondt. Haemosporidia circulating in Mexican house finches and their potential interaction with M. gallisepticum. Cornell University, USA.

 

16:00-16:15

Angie D. González , Gustavo Fuentes, Ingrid A. Lotta,Nubia E. Matta. Blood parasites from non-avian Tetrapoda circulating through a Neotropical country. Departamento de Biología, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad Nacional de Colombia.

 

16:15-16:30

Lucía Jiménez-Gallardo, Carolina Remacha & Javier Pérez-Tris. Do birds self-medicate when they are sick? Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution Department, Complutense University, Madrid, Spain.

 

16:30-18:00

Poster Session 1 & Zoom breakout rooms

 

18:00-19:00

Entertainment talk

Oliver Krüger. CSI Cuckoo - a parasite beyond recognition.

Department of Animal Behaviour, Bielefeld University, Germany.

 

Tuesday, 6th SEPTEMBER

 

SESSION 4

9:00-9:45

Plenary lecture

Juliane Schaer. Haemosporidian parasites of bats – different patterns across a diverse host group. Humboldt University Berlin, Germany.

 

9:45-10: 00

Daniela de Angeli Dutra, Gabriel Moreira Félix, Robert Poulin. Contrasting effects of host or local specialization: Widespread haemosporidians are host generalist, whereas local specialists are locally abundant. University of Otago, New Zealand.

 

10:00-10:15

Rose Parsa, Cameron Armour, Abigail Hone, Adina Rosca, Rachel Fletcher, Charlie Woodrow, Jenny C. Dunn. Specialism and generalism in avian-haemoparasite networks. School of Life Sciences, University of Lincoln, Joseph Banks Laboratories, Green Lane, Lincoln, UK.

 

10:15 -10:30

Xinyi Wang, Xi Huang, Lu Dong  . A new perspective for understanding the evolution of avian malaria host specificity based on mitochondrial protein sequences. MOE Key Laboratory for Biodiversity Science and Ecological Engineering, College of Life Sciences, Beijing Normal University, Beijing,  China.

 

10:30- 10:45

Antoine Perrin, Aurélie Khimoun, Anthony Ollivier, Bruno Faivre, Stéphane Garnier. Habitat fragmentation matters more than habitat loss: the case of host-parasite interactions. Department of Ecology and Evolution, University of Lausanne, Switzerland.

 

10:45-11:15

COFFEE BREAK

 

SESSION 5

11:15-11:30

Julie Isaïa, Romain Pigeault, Olivier Glaizot and Philippe Christe. The impact of within-host replication rate on the extrinsic incubation period of Plasmodium. Department of Ecology and Evolution, University of Lausanne, 1015 Lausanne, Switzerland.

 

11:30-11:45

Helene Pendl, Carolina Hernández-Lara, Gediminas Valkiūnas. Malaria and other haemosporidioses in roadkill birds: what might be the major mechanisms of pathologies contributing to the mortalities? Nature Research Center, Vilnius, Lithuania.

 

11:45-12:00

Carolina Remacha, Antón Pérez-Rodríguez, Iván de la Hera, Álvaro Ramírez, Javier Pérez-Tris. Delayed postjuvenile moult in infected blackcaps. Department of Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution, Complutense University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain.

 

12:00-12:15

Martina Ferraguti, Hans Heesterbeek, Josué Martínez-de la Puente, Ana Vázquez, Santiago Ruiz, Francisco Llorente, David Roiz, Hans Vernooij, Ramón Soriguer, Jordi Figuerola. Culex mosquito species implication in the avian malaria Plasmodium transmission in Mediterranean areas. Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics (IBED), University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

 

12:15-12:30

Jaap van Schaik, Luisa Timm, Sascha P. Rosskopf, Juliane Schaer. Molecular investigation of Polychromophilus infection in European bats through screening of their ectoparasitic bat flies. Department of Applied Zoology and Nature Conservation, University of Greifswald, Greifswald, Germany.

 

12:30-14:00

LUNCH

 

SESSION 6

14:00-14:15

Tanja Himmel, Josef Harl, Gediminas Valkiūnas, Herbert Weissenböck

Exo-erythrocytic stages of Haemoproteus and Leucocytozoon parasites - new insights, old challenges. Institute of Pathology, University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, Vienna, Austria.

 

14:15-14:30

Spencer C. Galen, Suravi Ray, Marissa Henry, Jason D. Weckstein

Parasite-associated mortality in birds: the roles of specialist parasites and host evolutionary distance. University of Scranton, USA.

 

14:30-14:45

Alfonso Marzal, Luz García-Longoria, Sergio Magallanes, Yoshio Tsuda, Mizue Inumaru, Martina Ferraguti, Josué Martínez de la Puente, Jordi Figuerola, Yukita Sato. Exploring the insecticide effect of uropygial gland secretion on mosquito vectors. Department of Zoology, University of Extremadura, Spain.

 

14:45-15:00

Amélie Bardil, Arnaud Berthomieu, Mélanie Jeanneau, Ana Rivero, Thomas Otto, Sylvain Gandon. Genomics of multiple lineages of avian malaria parasites. CEFE, CNRS, Univ Montpellier, EPHE, IRD, Montpellier, France,  MIVEGEC, CNRS, IRD, Univ Montpellier, Montpellier, France.

 

15:00-15:15

Ellen S. Martinsen, H. Brightman, T. Walsh, S. Murray, B. Rideout, A. M. Kilpatrick, and R. C. Fleischer. Malaria Parasite Spillover at a North American Zoological Park. Center for Conservation Genomics, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, Washington, DC, USA.

 

15:15-15:45

Soledad Santillán-Guayasamín, Julie Isaïa, Romain Pigeault, Olivier Glaizot, Philippe Christe. The impact of larval nutritional stress on mosquito immunity and the extrinsic incubation period of Plasmodium. Department of Ecology and Evolution, University of Lausanne, 1015 Lausanne, Switzerland.

 

15:45-16:15

COFFEE BREAK

 

SESSION 7

16:15-17:00

Plenary lecture

Nina Wale. Quantifying host defense strategies against malaria parasites to better understand parasite evolution & host disease. Department of Microbiology & Molecular Genetics & Integrative Biology, Michigan State University, USA.

 

17:00-17:15

Tony Rinaud, Meinolf Ottensmann, Anja Wiegmann, Oliver Krüger, Nayden Chakarov. Early-life consequences of blood parasite infections: combining condition, blood chemistry and transcriptomics to understand the relationship between raptors and Leucocytozoon. Department of Animal Behaviour, Faculty of Biology, Bielefeld University, Bielefeld, Germany.

 

17:15-17:30

Nubia E. Matta, Angie D. Gonzalez, David Pinto. Perspectives from GERPH biological collection. Departamento de Biología, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia.

 

17:30-17:45

Amanda K. Navine, Kristina L. Paxton, Eben H. Paxton, Patrick J. Hart, Jeffrey T. Foster, Nancy McInerney, Robert C. Fleischer, Elin Videvall. Avian microbiomes and malaria in Hawaii. Institute at Brown for Environment and Society, Brown University, RI, USA.

 

17:45-18:00

Josué Martínez-de la Puente, Rafael Gutiérrez-López, Alazne Díez-Fernández, Ramón C. Soriguer, Isabel Moreno-Indias, Jordi Figuerola. Effects of microbiota on the survival cost and development success of avian malaria parasites in mosquito vectors. Department of Parasitology, University of Granada, Granada, Spain.

 

Wednesday, 7th SEPTEMBER

9:00-10:30

Poster Session 2 & Zoom breakout rooms, Coffee

 

SESSION 8

10:30-10:45

Magdaléna Fialová, Anežka Santolíková, Anna Brotánková, Jana Brzoňová, Milena Svobodová. How many species of avian trypanosomes are transmitted by mosquitoes? Department of Parasitology, Faculty of Science, Charles University, Czech Republic.

 

10:45-11:30

Plenary lecture

Francisco Ferreira. Mosquito transcriptional response to Plasmodium in the Hawai‘i avian malaria system. Center for Vector Biology, Rutgers University, USA.

 

11:30-12:15

LUNCH/LUNCH GRAB

 

12:15-18:00

Excursions & Tours

 

18:00-

Conference dinner at Sparrenburg

 

Thursday, 8th SEPTEMBER

 

SESSION 9

9:00-9:45

Plenary lecture

Laryssa Howe. Avian malaria in New Zealand. School of Veterinary Science, Massey University, New Zealand.

 

9:45-10:00

Shafia Khairani, Randi Sagasiousman. Malaria in Orangutans in their natural range in Indonesia.  Veterinary Medicine Program, Faculty of Medicine, Padjadjaran University, Biology Vaccine Institute, Indonesian Military HealthSystem, Indonesia.

 

10:00-10:15

William Jones, Zsófia Tóth, Viacheslav Khursanov, Anastasia Kuzmiankova, Oliver Krüger, Tamás Székely, Natalia Karlionova, Pavel Pinchuk, Nayden Chakarov. Blood parasites of Charadriiformes in Belarus – not a rarity. University of Debrecen, Hungary.

 

10:15 -10:30

Jéssica Jiménez-Peñuela, Martina Ferraguti, Josué Martínez-de la Puente, Ramón Soriguer, Jordi Figuerola. Impact of urbanization on inter-annual variation of blood parasite infections in house sparrows. Estación Biológica de Doñana (EBD-CSIC), Department of Wetland Ecology, Seville, Spain.

 

10:30-11:00

COFFEE BREAK

 

SESSION 10

11:00-11:15

Victor Kalbskopf, Olof Hellgren. Genotyping quasi-clonal intracellular parasite populations: some lessons learned. Molecular Ecology and Evolution Lab, Department of Biology, Lund University, Sweden.

 

11:15-11:30

Julie Isaia, Olivier Glaizot, Philippe Christe, Romain Pigeault, Ana Rivero. Aggregation and plasticity in malaria parasites. CNRS Montpellier, France.

 

11:30-11:45

Tim Brandler, Nayden Chakarov. Focus on the apicoplasts - ideas and ways to understand the inner life of a parasite. Department of Animal Behaviour, Faculty of Biology, Bielefeld University, Bielefeld, Germany.

 

11:45-12:00

Josef Harl, Tanja Himmel, Mikas Ilgūnas, Gediminas Valkiūnas, Herbert Weissenböck. The 18S rRNA genes of the Haemoproteus majoris group. Institute of Pathology, University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, Vienna, Austria.

 

12:00-12:15

Luz García-Longoria, Ana Rivero, Dag Ahrén,  Arnaud Berthomieu, Victor Kalbskopf, Olof Hellgren. Determining mosquito immune response during Plasmodium infection through RNA-sequencing. Department of Anatomy, Cellular Biology and Zoology, University of Extremadura, Badajoz, Spain.

 

12:15-12:30

Imran Ejotre, DeeAnn M Reeder, Kai Matuschewski, Juliane Schaer. Dynamics of Hepatocystis parasite infections in the bat species E. labiatus in Uganda. Institute of Biology, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany.

 

12:30-14:00

LUNCH BREAK

 

SESSION 11

14:00-14:15

Larissa Ortega-Guzmán, Octavio Rojas-Soto, Diego Santiago-Alarcon, Elizabeth Huber-Sannwald, Leonardo Chapa-Vargas. Climate predictors and climate change projections for avian haemosporidian prevalence in central to eastern Mexico. Instituto Potosino de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica A.C., División de Ciencias Ambientales, San Luis Potosí, México.

 

14:15-14:30

Martina Ferraguti, Josué Martínez-de la Puente, Miguel Ángel Jiménez–Clavero, Francisco Llorente, David Roiz4, Santiago Ruiz, Ramón Soriguer, Jordi Figuerola. Does biodiversity reduce the prevalence of avian malaria parasites in house sparrows? Estación Biológica de Doñana – CSIC, Spain.

 

14:30-14:45

Katie M. Talbott, Ellen D. Ketterson. Investigating the relative impacts of chronic and acute Plasmodium infection on male songbird health and reproductive capacity. Department of Biology, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, USA.

 

14:45-15:00

Diego Santiago-Alarcon. A meta-analytic approach to investigate mosquitoes’ (Diptera: Culicidae) blood feeding preferences from non-urban to urban environments. Instituto Potosino de Investigación Department of Integrative Biology. University of South Florida. Tampa, USA.

 

15:00-15:15

Arif Ciloglu, Abdullah Inci, Didem Pekmezci, Gamze Yetismis, Neslihan Sursal Simsek, Emrah Simsek, Onder Duzlu, Zuhal Onder, Nesrin Delibasi Kokcu, Gokmen Zafer Pekmezci, Vincenzo A. Ellis, Alparslan Yildirim. Investigation of avian haemosporidian parasites in domestic pigeons in Turkey using a one-step multiplex PCR with newly designed primers. Department of Parasitology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Erciyes University, Kayseri, Turkey.

 

15:15-15:30

Leonardo Chapa-Vargas, Patricia Zaldivar-Ortega, Vanessa Labrada-Martagón, Diego Santiago-Alarcon, Lina Riego-Ruiz, Nicolás Gómez-Hernández. Haemosporidian parasite prevalence and hematological parameters are similar between mature and secondary forests in Central Mexico. Instituto Potosino de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica A.C. División de Ciencias Ambientales, San Luis Potosí, Mexico.

 

15:30-

Final remarks

 

 

 

Posters (± Short recorded talks)

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  1. C. Agbemelo-Tsomafo & Y. Aniweh. Identification of Avian Malaria parasites causing disease in Ghanaian birds. West African Centre for Cell Biology of Infectious Pathogens (WACCBIP), Department of Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology, University of Ghana, Accra, Ghana

 

  1. Carolina C. Anjos, Alan Fecchio, Thiago Bicudo, Marina Anciães, Bruno S. Mathias, Carolina R. F. Chagas, Lilian O. Guimarães, Eliana F. Monteiro, and Karin Kirchgatter. Prevalence and genetic diversity of avian haemosporidian parasites in passerine birds from Balbina Hydroelectric Dam area in the Brazilian Amazon. Programa de Pós-Graduação em Medicina Tropical, Instituto de Medicina Tropical, Faculdade de Medicina, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil

 

  1. Jorge Apache, Gustavo Fuentes, Angie D. González, Martha Calderon, Andrés Aponte , Nubia E. Matta. Diversity of blood parasites infecting herpetofauna in Casanare, Colombia. Departamento de Biología, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia

 

  1. Gabrielle Atkinson, Kristina Paxton, Carter Atkinson, Elin Videvall, Robert Fleischer, Loren Cassin-Sackett. The genomics of Amakihi survival in the face of devastating epidemic. University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Department of Biology; Center for Conservation Genomics, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute; U.S. Geological Survey Pacific Island Ecosystems Research

 

  1. Vaidas Palinauskas, Lourdes Mateos-Hernandez, Alejandra Wu-Chuang, Jose de la Fuente, Justė Aželytė, Dasiel Obregon, Alejandro Cabezas-Cruz. Can gut microbiota enhance immunity against avian malaria? Nature Research Centre, Lithuania

 

  1. Bernotienė R., Binkienė R., Jezhova T., Chagas C. R. F. What other knowledge can we gain by researching avian malarial parasites? Nature Research Centre, Akademijos 2, Vilnius, Lithuania

 

  1. Bernotienė R., Kazak M., Palinauskas V., Žiegytė R. Culicoides biting midges: vectors of avian blood parasites in Curonian spit. Nature Research Centre, Lithuania

 

  1. Zamekile Bhembe, Ara Monadjem, Sjouke A Kigma, Kat Bebbington, Sara Padida. The effects of blood parasite infections on oxygen carrying capacity of birds along an elevation gradient. University of Eswatini, Swaziland

 

  1. Anna Brotánková, Milena Svobodová, Magdaléna Fialová, Lada Janíčková, Jana Brzoňová. Host preferences of mosquitoes as revealed by bloodmeal analysis and parasites. Department of Parasitology, Faculty of Science, Charles University, Czech Republic.

 

  1. Dovilė Bukauskaitė, Deivis Dementavičius, Saulius Rumbutis, Rimgaudas Treiny. New method for avian haemosporidian parasites identification in raptor birds: parasite genetic diversity and prevalence in migratory and resident raptors. Nature Research Centre, Akademijos 2, 08412, Vilnius, Lithuania

 

  1. Carolina Romeiro Fernandes Chagas, Melanie Duc, Mikas Ilgūnas, Herbert Weissenböck, Gediminas Valkiūnas. Exo-erythrocytic stages of Leucocytozoon species in Turdus philomelos. Nature Research Centre, Akademijos 2, 08412 Vilnius, Lithuania

 

  1. Mamohale Chaisi, N. Mabunda, N. Khumalo, N.O. Modise, M. de Bruyn, M. Mwale. Genetic diversity of haemosporidian parasites of captive bred cranes in South Africa. Foundational Research & Services Directorate, South African National Biodiversity Institute, P.O Box 754, Pretoria 0001, South Africa

 

  1. Leonardo Chapa-Vargas, Patricia Zaldívar-Ortega, Larissa Ortega Guzmán and Eréndira R. Vargas-Facundo. Haemosporidian Parasite presence in North American Grassland resident and migratory birds during winter in Central Mexican Grasslands. Instituto Potosino de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica A.C. División de Ciencias Ambientales. San Luis Potosí, Mexico

 

  1. Thomas William Charles, Jenny Dunn. Haemoparasite coinfection in resident and migrant doves and pigeons. School of Life Sciences, University of Lincoln, Joseph Banks Laboratories, Green Lane, Lincoln, UK

 

  1. Dimitar Dimitrov, Aneliya Bobeva, Martin P. Marinov, Mihaela Ilieva and Pavel Zehtindjiev. First evidence for development of sporozoites of Plasmodium relictum in the salivary glands of Culex modestus. Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 2 Gagarin Street, Sofia 1113, Bulgaria

 

  1. Mélanie Duc, Mikas Ilgūnas, Herbert Weissenböck, Gediminas Valkiūnas. Meronts and megalomeronts in avian Parahaemoproteus species, which is which and where do they develop? Nature Research Center, Akademijos g 2, 08412 Vilnius, Lithuania

 

  1. Kai Fischer, Nayden Chakarov. Infrapopulation sizes in blood parasites: a pilot quantification of the bottleneck. Department of Animal Behaviour, Faculty of Biology, Bielefeld University, Bielefeld, Germany

 

  1. Gustavo Fuentes, Angie D. González, German Gutiérrez, Rafael Gutierrez, Andrés Jimenez, Mario Vargas, Marta E Calderon, Nubia E. Matta. Hemoparasites infecting some amphibians, reptiles, and birds from central Colombian Amazon. Departamento de Salud Pública, Facultad de Medicina, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia

 

  1. Laura Gangoso, Rafael Gutiérrez-López, Josué Martínez-de la Puente, Jordi Figuerola. Louse flies of Eleonora’s falcons also feed on their prey: an alternative transmission pathway for haemosporidian parasites or an evolutionary “cul de sac”? Department of Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution, Complutense University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain

 

  1. Yuxiao Han, Qiang Wu, Ping Ding and Olof Hellgren. The propagation and distribution of bird blood parasite in the Thousand Island Lake. Molecular Ecology and Evolution Lab, Department of Biology, Lund University, Sweden

 

  1. Haiyan He, Lu Dong. The altitudinal gradient pattern of haemosporidian parasites aggregation in Godlewski’s Bunting. MOE Key Laboratory for Biodiversity Science and Ecological Engineering, College of Life Sciences, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, 100875, China

 

  1. Irene Hernández-Caballero, J Muriel, L Garcia-Longoria, S Magallanes, A Marzal. Prevalence and diversity of haemosporidian parasites in introduced passerines. Department of Anatomy, Cellular Biology and Zoology, University of Extremadura, Badajoz, Spain

 

  1. Carolina Hernández-Lara, Mélanie Duc, Mikas Ilgūnas, Gediminas Valkiūnas. Lung merogony during exo-erythrocytic development of Haemoproteus attenuatus and H. balmorali in Old World flycatchers (Muscicapidae). Nature Research Centre, Akademijos 2, 08412 Vilnius, Lithuania

 

  1. Tatjana Iezhova, Mikas Ilgūnas, Vaidas Palinauskas, Elena Platonova, Gediminas Valkiūnas. Investigation of the susceptibility of common European songbirds to Plasmodium elongatum (lineage pGRW6) Nature Research Centre, Akademijos str. 2, Vilnius, Lithuania

 

  1. Josef Harl, Tanja Himmel, Gediminas Valkiūnas, Mikas Ilgūnas, Nora Nedorost, Julia Matt, Anna Kübber-Heiss, Amer Alic, Cornelia Konicek and Herbert Weissenböck. First report of exo-erythrocytic stages of parasites belonging to the Leucocytozoon toddi-group in accipitriform raptors. Nature Research Center, Akademijos g 2, 08412 Vilnius, Lithuania

 

  1. Aneliya Bobeva, Martin P. Marinov, Mihaela Ilieva, Dimitar Dimitrov and Pavel Zehtindjiev. Feeding preferences of mosquitoes (Culicidae) from NE Bulgaria in relation to their role as vectors of avian haemosporidians. Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria

 

  1. María Teresa Reinoso-Perez, Mio Ito, Keila Dhondt, André Dhondt. Haemosporida infections in American Goldfich (Spinus tristis).  Cornell University, USA

 

  1. Ashwin Kumar Saravana Bhavan Venkatachalam, Kristýna Hrazdilová, Ivan Čepička, Milena Svobodová. Lankesterella parasites of passerines: Phylogeny and host specificity. Department of Parasitology, Faculty of Science, Charles University, Czech Republic.

 

  1. Luiz Gustavo Magalhães Alves, Leonardo Esteves Lopes, Érika Martins Braga. Haemoporidian infections in wild birds from a semideciduous forest, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Laboratório de Malária, Instituto de Ciências Biológicas, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil

 

  1. Lis Marques de Carvalho e Vieira Santos, Pedro Henrique Oliveira Pereira, Daniel Ambrózio da Rocha Vilela, Irène Landau and Erika Martins Braga. Confirming Leucocytozoon (Haemosporida: Leucocytozoidae) infection in Brazil: Morphological Description of Leucocytozoon sp. nov., found in Red-legged seriema (Cariama cristata). Department of Parasitology ICB, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais , Brazil

 

  1. Camila C Merino, DeeAnn M Reeder, Imran Ejotre, Kai Matuschewski, Werner Stenzel, Juliane Schaer. Histological investigation of Hepatocystis-infected African fruit bats. Institute of Biology, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany

 

  1. Carlos Mora-Rubio, Martina Ferraguti, Sergio Magallanes, Daniel Bravo-Barriga, Irene Hernández-Caballero, Alfonso Marzal and Florentino de Lope. Avian malaria infections in mosquito population from southwestern Iberian Pensinsula. Universidad de Extremadura, Spain

 

  1. Patrícia de Abreu Moreira, Vitor Leandro Lopes, Érika Martins Braga. Haemosporidian prevalence in birds of the endangered Brazilian Atlantic Forest. Federal University of Ouro Preto, Brazil

 

  1. Jaime Muriel, Regina H. Macedo, Jeffrey Podos, Jefferson Graves, Alfonso Marzal, Lilian T. Manica. Associations between malaria infection and individual quality in Neotropical blue-black grassquits (Volatinia jacarina). Instituto de Investigación en Recursos Cinegéticos (IREC-CSIC, UCLM, JCCM), Ronda de Toledo 12, 13005 Ciudad Real, Spain

 

  1. Alyssa Neuhaus, Mark Pokras, John Cooley, Lucas Savoy, Michelle Kneeland, Nina Schoch, Ellen Martinsen. Diversity, distribution, and mosquito vectors of the malaria parasites of Common Loons (Gavia immer). University of Vermont, USA

 

  1. Meinolf Ottensmann, Anja Wiegmann, Nayden Chakarov and Oliver Krüger. Body condition and climate variation but not Leucocytozoon infections explain juvenile survival of common buzzards Buteo buteo. Department of Animal Behaviour, Faculty of Biology, Bielefeld University, Bielefeld, Germany

 

  1. Rose Parsa, Cameron Armour, Abigail Hone, Adina Rosca, Rachel Fletcher, Charlie Woodrow, Jenny C. Dunn. Epidemiology of intestinal and blood parasite coinfections in wild bird populations of the British Isles. School of Life Sciences, University of Lincoln, Joseph Banks Laboratories, Green Lane, Lincoln, UK

 

  1. Pedro Pereira, Gabriela Gama, Andreina Carvalho, Marcos Coutinho, Erika Braga. Hemoparasite diversity in wild populations of alligators from Alagoas and Rondônia.  Laboratório de Malária, Instituto de Ciências Biológicas, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil

 

  1. Antoine Perrin, Olivier Glaizot, Philippe Christe. Worldwide impacts of landscape anthropization on mosquito abundance and diversity: a meta-analysis. Department of Ecology and Evolution, University of Lausanne, CH-1015 Lausanne, Switzerland

 

  1. Elena Platonova, Justė Aželytė, Tatjana Iezhova, Mikas Ilgūnas, Andrey Mukhin, Vaidas Palinauskas. Experimental study on development of tropical-origin Plasmodium collidatum (lineage pFANTAIL01). Biological Station Rybachy of the Zoological Institute of RAS, Rybachy, Russia

 

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  1. Marta Garrigos, Guillem Ylla, Josué Martínez-de la Puente, Jordi Figuerola, María José Ruiz-López. Differential gene expression in Culex pipiens mosquitoes exposed to different avian Plasmodium lineages. Departamento de Parasitología, Universidad de Granada, Granada, Spain

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