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An inventory of ticks on Corsica was carried out, beginning with samples from cattle from the various slaughterhouses on the island, with the area in which the animal lived noted. Rhipicephalus (Rh.) Bursa and Hyalomma (Hy.) Marginatum were the two species mostly commonly observed. Samples were...

Author(s)
Grech-Angelini, S.
Publisher
Newsmed, Paris, France
Citation
Point Vétérinaire, 2017, 48, 379(Part 2), pp 44-50
Abstract

Eight species of Ixodidae known to parasitize carnivores and ungulates were found by dragging vegetation and collecting off hosts (including dogs, cats, goats, sheep, cattle, horses and man) on the eastern border of the Massif Central, France. Ecological factors governing distribution were studied. ...

Author(s)
Gilot, B.; Pichot, J.; Doche, B.
Citation
Acarologia, 1989, 30, 3, pp 191-207
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Author(s)
Petrovic, Z.
Citation
XXI World Veterinary Congress, 1-7 July, 1979, Moscow. Summaries. Volume 2, Section III: parasitology., 1979, pp 62
Abstract

During a parasitological survey of domestic animals in Guadeloupe and neighbouring islands, Dermatophilus congolensis was isolated from cattle, sheep, goats and horses and was successfully transmitted in the laboratory to hamsters. The collection of ovipositing Diptera of the genus Cochliomyia (...

Author(s)
Esterre, P.; Agis, F.
Citation
Revue d'Élevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux, 1983, 36, 2, pp 137-140
Abstract

The tick-borne diseases of cattle, sheep, goats and horses and caused by species of Babesia, Anaplasma, Theileria, Borrelia and Eperythrozoon are reviewed together with their vectors and the distribution of the ticks. Methods of control are mentioned.

Author(s)
Rafyi, A.; Niak, A.; Rak, H.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1974, 81, pp 1-7
Abstract

Animal populations in French Polynesia are estimated at 9 000 cattle kept semi-intensively (of which 750 are dairy on intensive pasture), 16 000 pigs, 11 000 laying hens, 50 000 chickens, 4 000 feral sheep and goats, 30 000-40 000 dogs and cats, and a few horses. The results of a two-year survey of ...

Author(s)
Raust, P.; Legros, F.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1980, 73, 3, pp 322-332
Abstract

Of 4, 000 ticks collected from cattle, sheep, goats, horses, camels and dogs, 70% were Hyalomma spp., eight Hyalomma species being found. Other species were Rhipicephalus bursa, Rh. sanguineus, Rh. fulvus, Boophilus annulatus, Ixodes ricinus, Haema-physalis punctata and H. leachi. Particulars are...

Author(s)
Van Den Ende, M.
Citation
Arch. Inst. Pasteur Tunis, 1970, 47, pp 253-264
Abstract

The soil, vegetation, and climate of the region (on the south-western frontier of Zaire) are described. Ixodid ticks were taken from 300 cattle at pasture and 300 brought in for slaughter. Helminth egg counts were made in faeces from 300 cattle, 600 sheep, 30 horses, 100 pigs and 300 hens, and also ...

Author(s)
Badescu, C.; Tsola, M.; Dongabi, V.; Theate, M.-C.
Citation
Proceedings of the 20th World Veterinary Congress, Thessaloniki, 1975, 1, pp 627-646
Abstract

There are two babesia of cattle: B. bigemina, and B. argentina (previously called B. bovis or Babesiella berbera). They are pathogenic, but clinical cases are rare in zebu cattle provided that their ticks are not removed. Young calves, even those of imported breeds, are also resistant. Most adult ...

Author(s)
Uilenberg, G.
Citation
Revue d'Élevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux, 1964, 17, pp 337-359
Abstract

Blood protozoa found in Guadeloupe, in splen ectomized cattle, were Babesia bigemina and Thei. leria mutans. True bovine piroplasmosis occurs sporadically in Guadeloupe and Martinique in cattle imported from Europe. The presence of ticks on horses and dogs suggests the existence of B. caballï and ...

Author(s)
Morel, P. C.
Citation
Revue d'Élevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux, 1967, 20, pp 291-299

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