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A survey of local livestock in western and southern Saudi Arabia yielded 7 indigenous and 6 introduced tick species and subspecies. The introduced Boophilus annulatus, Hyalomma marginatum rufipes, Amblyomma gemma, A. variegatum, H. truncatum and Rhipicephalus evertsi evertsi were well established,...

Al-Khalifa, M. S.; Hussein, H. S.; Al-Asgah, N. A.; Diab, F. M.
Arab Gulf Journal of Scientific Research, B (Agricultural and Biological Sciences), 1987, 5, 2, pp 301-319

The blood parasites of indigenous camels (n=310), sheep (331), goats (348) and cattle (43) were investigated in several localities in Saudi Arabia that are well isolated from any possible mixing with imported animals. Trypanosoma evansi (at a prevalence of 13.2%) and Eperythrozoon sp. (3.9%) were...

Hussein, H. S.; Al-Asgah, N. A.; Al-Khalifa, M. S.; Diab, F. M.
Arab Gulf Journal of Scientific Research, 1991, 9, 3, pp 143-160

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