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1 The parasite Trypanosoma cruzi, spread by triatomine vectors, affects over 100 mammalian 2 species throughout the Americas, including humans, in whom it causes Chagas' disease. In the 3 U.S., only a few autochthonous cases have been documented in humans, but prevalence is high 4 in sylvatic hosts (primarily raccoons in the southeast and woodrats in Texas). The sylvatic 5 transmission of T. cruzi is spread by the vector species Triatoma sanguisuga and Triatoma 6 gerstaeckeri biting theirdoi:10.1016/j.actatropica.2015.06.025 pmid:26215127 fatcat:r7wjzvjdczfh5jjcbodr3htmva