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In April 1988, 4 engorged female Haemaphysalis longicornis and 16 engorged females of Boophilus microplus were collected from a herd of cattle in Lushi County, Henan, China. Infestation of splenectomized cattle with 2nd-generation larvae, nymphs and adults showed that the engorged females of H....

Lu, W. S.; Yin, H.; Lu, W. X.; Yu, F.; Zhang, Q. C.; Dou, H. F.
Chinese Journal of Veterinary Science and Technology, 1988, No. 12, pp 11-14

Susceptible cattle bitten by uninfected larvae of Boophilus microplus were inoculated 10 days later with Babesia bigemina preserved in liquid nitrogen. Female adults which dropped after engorgement were collected and incubated at 28°C and RH 85%. Haemolymph smear was prepared by severing the ticks' ...

Bai, Q.; Liu, G. Y.; Chen, Z. H.; Zhou, J. Y.; Yin, S. X.
Chinese Journal of Veterinary Science and Technology, 1988, No. 12, pp 14-16

Various blood-sucking arthropods, including 9 species of mosquitoes, 3 species of flies and 2 of ticks, caught in the vicinity of or on cattle and buffaloes in India, were screened as possible vectors of S. cervi. The mosquitoes included laboratory strains of Aedes scatophagoides and A. aegypti ...

Khan, F. A.; Ansari, J. A.
Helminthologia, 1990, 27, 3, pp 195-201

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