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II. The natural distribution of East Coast fever in Kenya corresponds closely with that of the chief vector, Rhipicephalus appendiculatus. Outbreaks, however, also occur outside the areas which offer optimum climatic and soil conditions for R.a. and in these R. capensis or Hyalomma impressum...

Daubney, R.
Report. 13th Int. Vet. Congr., 1938, 1938, 2, pp 752-764