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Title: Climate change and distribution of ticks (Acari: Ixodida) in Senegal and Mauritania
Authors: Par M. Sylla
J. F. Molez
J. P. Cornet
J. L. Camicas
Centre IRD de Hann
Mahidol University
IRD Centre de Montpellier
Keywords: Agricultural and Biological Sciences
Issue Date: 1-Dec-2008
Citation: Acarologia. Vol.48, No.3-4 (2008), 137-153
Abstract: We review here the tick species sensitive to climatic variations and which also clearly changed their distribution following the sub-Saharan drought of the 1970s. Namely 2 Argasina of the family Argasidae, sub-family Ornithodorinae: Alectorobius (Theriodoros) sonrai and Omithodoros (Omithodoros) savignyi, and 7 Ixodina of the family Amblyommidae, subfamily Rhipicephalinae: Hyalomma (Hya.) anatolicum excavation, Hya. (Hya.) dromedarii, Hya. (Hya.) impeltatum, Hya. (Hya.) impressum, Hya. (Hya.) marginatum rufipes.
ISSN: 0044586X
Appears in Collections:Scopus 2006-2010

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