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This article describes the nature and effectiveness of methods developed for longitudinal surveillance and control of Chagas' disease vectors in Mambaí, Brazil. The surveillance effort made use of an education program in the schools, community leader and resident participation, specific surveillance equipment (Gómez-Núñez boxes, instructive posters, and instructive calendars with special detection papers), periodic manual collection of triatomines, and a network of collection posts. Spraying ofpmid:8220521 fatcat:fj5ddcdn3zbtjlcnhjp4rythrq