Prevalence and species composition of ixodid ticks
infesting horses in three agroecologies in central Oromia, Ethiopia.
first identified coinfections in ixodid ticks
with Borrelia burgdorferi and Anaplasma phagocytophilum, the bacterial agent of anaplasmosis (formerly human granulocytic ehrlichiosis).
A review of the ixodid ticks
(Acari, Ixodidae) occurring in Southern Africa.
During all five years of the study, a total of 290 dragging hours were spent and 727 imagoes of ixodid ticks
of cattle and buffaloes in coastal district of Konkan region Maharashtra.
11) Ixodid ticks
have a hard dorsal plate or scutum, which is absent in the soft-bodied, argasid ticks.
Efficacy of the new repellent BioUD against three species of ixodid ticks
Survival of eggs and larvae of ixodid ticks
are affected most markedly by desiccation (Sonenshine 1970), and since temperature and moisture vary annually, reproductive potential of ixodid ticks
can also vary annually within the same habitat (Patrick and Hair 1979, Fleetwood et al.
Wax lipid secretion and ultrastructural development in the egg-waxing (Gene's) organ in ixodid ticks
Direct injuries to animals can be very serious, especially in tropical climates, and are mainly observed in infestations with ixodid ticks
of traditionally managed cattle in central Nigeria: Where Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus does not dare (yet?
Both species of the parasite are transmitted by fourteen species of ixodid ticks
belonging to three genera Dermacentor, Hyalomma and Rhipicephalus, and are endemic in most tropical and subtropical areas of the world [4,5].