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Sparagano, O.; Maxia, L.; Loria, G. R.; Carelli, G.; Reale, S.; Greco, A.; Vitale, F.; Caracappa, S.
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Atti della Società Italiana di Buiatria, 1999, 31, pp 337-346
Abstract

The situation in Sicily with regard to 3 rickettsiae is reviewed for each species separately. The most common vector of Rickettsia conori is the flea Spilopsyllus cuniculi (Dale) on wild rabbits, which is not known definitely to be present in Sicily although it is in Sardinia. Tick vectors of R....

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Dardanoni, L.; Lavagnino, A.
Citation
Minerva Medica, Siciliana, 1977, 68, 34, pp 2385-2386
Abstract

Coccidiosis in Eritrea is caused by Coccidium [Eimerta] tenellum and is of frequent occurrence.
Although it is a prevailing opinion amongst poultry breeders that fowl cholera exists in Eritrea, all suspected cases examined at the serum-vaccine laboratory gave negative results.
Numerous spirilla were...

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Pirani, A.
Citation
Clinica veterinaria e rassegna di polizia sanitaria e di igiena, 1933, 56, pp 341-348
Abstract

The common tick of the sheep (Boophilus microplus) transmits both piroplasmosis and anaplasmosis. The infectivity of the tick depends upon the external termperature.
In the spring ticks are not, as a rule, infective, but they become so when the temperature reaches 29° C.
Anaplasmosis is transmitted ...

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Rosenbusch, F. ; González, R.
Citation
Revista de Medicina Veterinaria, 1924, 6, 16, pp 683-703 pp.
Abstract

The common tick of the sheep (Boophilus microplus) transmits both piroplasmosis and anaplasmosis. The infectivity of the tick depends upon the external termperature.
In the spring ticks are not, as a rule, infective, but they become so when the temperature reaches 29° C.
Anaplasmosis is transmitted ...

Author(s)
Rosenbusch, F. ; González, R.
Citation
Revista de Medicina Veterinaria, 1923, 6, 15, pp 683-703 pp.

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