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In February 2006, an American Bashkir Curly horse was imported via air from Montana, USA to Germany. Upon arrival at Amsterdam airport, ∼30 fully engorged ticks dropped from the horse. Four days after arrival, >200 engorged ticks were collected from the horse. The tick species was identified as ...

Author(s)
Liebisch, G.; Paufler, S.; Liebisch, A.
Publisher
Schlütersche Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, Hannover, Germany
Citation
Praktische Tierarzt, 2006, 87, 11, pp 874-882
Abstract

An ecological investigation of ticks and tick-borne blood protozoa in animals of Modhupur forest area, Tangail (Bangladesh) was conducted during July 1999 to June 2000. A total of 1143 cattle, 558 goats, 106 dogs, 68 pigs, 24 jackals, 11 cats, 3 civets, 7 mongoose, 9 horses and 2 animal attendants...

Author(s)
Roy, A. K.; Rahman, M. H.; Majumder, S.; Sarker, A. S.
Publisher
Bangladesh Animal Health Society, Mymensingh, Bangladesh
Citation
Bangladesh Veterinarian, 2000, 17, 2, pp 90-94
Abstract

This second part of a history of veterinary parasitology in Argentina considers parasitological research carried out in provincial university faculties of veterinary science in La Plata, Buenos Aires, Corrientes, Rio Cuarto, Tandil, Casilda, Esperanza and General Pico throughout the 20th century....

Author(s)
Lombardero, O. J.
Publisher
Veterinaria Argentina, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Citation
Veterinaria Argentina, 2004, 21, 208, pp 616-625
Abstract

This textbook, aimed mainly at veterinary students and practising veterinarians, should also be of interest to medical entomologists, parasitologists and those working in related livestock disciplines. It concentrates on the arthropod ectoparasites of most significance in temperate northern Europe...

Author(s)
Wall, R.; Shearer, D.
Publisher
Chapman & Hall Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary entomology: arthropod ectoparasites of veterinary importance., 1997, pp xv + 439 pp.
Abstract

Transport of horses in Northern Territory, Australia, relating to the transmission of Boophilus microplus is discussed.

Author(s)
Radunz, B.
Publisher
Department of Industries and Fisheries, Northern Territory, Darwin, Australia
Citation
Agnote (Darwin), 1997, No. 717, pp 2 pp.
Abstract

The development of Babesia equi was studied in the salivary glands of adult females of Boophilus microplus, using transmission electron microscopy. Engorged nymphs were obtained from splenectomized foals experimentally infected with Babesia equi and fed in the adult phase for 5 days on rabbits....

Author(s)
Guimarães, A. M.; Lima, J. D.; Ribeiro, M. F. B.; Camargos, E. R. S.; Bozzi, I. A.
Citation
Parasitology Research, 1998, 84, 1, pp 69-74
Abstract

Between June 1990 and February 1991, an investigation of ixodid populations of the ears of Equidae from Minas Gerais and Guanambi, Bahia, Brazil, was carried out. Anocentor nitens was the most prevalent (97.50%) and most abundant (98.35%) species, followed by Boophilus microplus (36.10% and 1.59%)...

Author(s)
Borges, L. M. F.; Leite, R. C.
Citation
Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia, 1998, 50, 1, pp 87-89
Abstract

Horses from 6 stud farms representing the most frequent types of horse breeding in Brazil were tested for Babesia antibodies by the IFA test. The farms were located at the tropic of Capricorn at an altitude of 472-715 m where temperatures below 0°C may occur. Horses of conventional stud farms were...

Author(s)
Heuchert, C. M. S.; Giulli, V. de, Jr.; Athaide, D. F. de; Böse, R.; Friedhoff, K. T.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1999, 85, 1, pp 1-11
Abstract

In the municipality of Barra do Piraí, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in the period November 1998 to January 1999, 127 domestic animals were examined for ixodid ticks: 55 cattle (Bos taurus and B. indicus), 25 fowls, 15 horses, 10 dogs, 8 goats, 5 cats, 3 pigs and 6 Muscovy ducks (Cairina moschata). The...

Author(s)
Silva, L. H. M. da; Serra-Freire, N. M.
Citation
Entomología y Vectores, 1999, 6, 4, pp 441-454
Abstract

Engorged females of Amblyomma cajennense (33 individuals), Anocentor nitens [Dermacentor nitens] (41) and Boophilus microplus (32) were collected from horses and cattle in Rio de Janeiro state, Brazil, separated by species, which were then put into 2 groups. In one, the female ticks were maintained ...

Author(s)
Gazeta, G. S.; Rocha, G. C. da; Cavalcanti, P. L.; Caiaffa, R. M.; Serra-Freire, N. M.
Citation
Entomología y Vectores, 1995, 2, 6, pp 145-150

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