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The authors list all data reporting the presence and density of Phlebotomus papatasi (Diptera : Psychodidae) in Italy. The general conclusion is that P. papatasi is widespread and at times abundant in urban areas. Exceptional collections were made in Apulia (in old stables) and Latium (in bedrooms). In localities near Rome (Rocca Priora and Collevecchlo Sabino) and in the city of Rome as well, P. papatasi may be a nuisance, with many people suffering severe irritation from multiple bites. Twodoi:10.1051/parasite/1997043273 fatcat:okkcx63pfngptnem3fsnxqqcaa