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Genus Ixodes in the United States a Scanning Electron Microscope Study and Key to the Adults/Journal of Medical Entomology Supplement 2 epub

by James E. Keirans


Genus Ixodes in the United States a Scanning Electron Microscope Study and Key to the Adults/Journal of Medical Entomology Supplement 2 epub

ISBN: 9991290710

ISBN13: 978-9991290713

Author: James E. Keirans

Category: Science

Subcategory: Biological Sciences

Publisher: Entomological Society of Amer (February 1978)

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A scanning electron microscope study of adults of the genus Ixodes found in the United States is presented. Keys are given to the females of 35 species and males of 30 species. Host and distributional data are included for all currently recognized species. Depositories, where known, for all type material are given, together with the original literature citations for descriptions of male, female, nymph, and larva. Lectotypes are selected for Ixodes kingi, I. marxi, and I. rugosus.

The genus Ixodes in the United States: A scanning electron microscope study and key to the adults. The Ixodes ricinus complex worldwide: Diagnosis of the species in the complex, hosts and distribution. Journal of Medical Entomology, Supplement, 2, 1–149. Keirans, J. Needham, G. & Oliver, J. Jr. (1999). In G. R. Needham, R. Mitchell, D. J. Horn & W. Calvin (Ed., Acarology IX, Symposia (Vol. 2, pp. 341–347). Columbus, OH: Ohio Biological Survey. Kohls, G. & Clifford, C. M. (1966).

a scanning electron microscope study and key to the adults. Published 1978 by Dept. of Entomology, Bishop Museum in Honolulu. Journal of medical entomology : Supplement - no. Journal of medical entomology - no. 2. The Physical Object. Ixodes (Pholeoixodes) eastoni . p. Journal of Medical Entomology Supplement 2: 1–149. Acari: Ixodidae), a parasite of rodents and insectivores in the Black Hills of South Dakota, USA. Journal of Medical Entomology 20: 90–98. Acarina: Ixodidae), a parasite of rodents in Chile, with a method for preparing ticks for examination by scanning electron microscopy. Acarologia 18: 217–25.

genera, particularly Amblyomma and Hyalomma, but only rarely in Ixodes . and C. Clifford. The genus Ixodes in the United States: a scanning electron microscope study and key to the adults. two known gynandromorphs of the blacklegged. H. Hutcheson, L. A. Durden, and . Ixodes (Ixodes) scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae): redescription of all active stages, distribution, hosts, geographical variation, and medical and veterinary importance.

The genus Ixodes in the United States: a scan-ning electron microscope study and key to adults. Pictorial key to the adults of hard ticks, family Ixodidae (Ixodida: Ixodoidea) east of the Mississippi. Journal of Medical Entomology. and T. Litwak, 1989. Journal of Medical Entomology 26: 435-448. Luttrell, M. L. Creekmore, and J. W. Mertins. Avian tick paralysis caused by Ixodes brunneus in the Southeastern United States. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 32: 133-136. Published by ValpoScholar

PCR analysis of Ixodes scapularis ticks collected in New Jersey identified .

PCR analysis of Ixodes scapularis ticks collected in New Jersey identified infections with Borrelia burgdorferi (3. %), Babesia microti (. %), Anaplasma phagocytophila (. %), and Bartonella spp. (3. %). The present study examined the prevalence of four pathogens in I. scapularis that could potentially be transmitted to humans. Coinfection with two or more of these organisms may complicate LD prognosis. For example, simultaneous LD and babesiosis correlated with a more severe clinical progression than either condition alone (15). Journal of Medical Entomology, Supplement 2: 1-149.

1978) The genus Ixodes in the United States: a scanning electron microscope study and key to the adults. 1956) The identity of Ixodes boliviensis Neumann 1904 and I. bicornis Neumann 1906 (Ixodidae). 1966) Three new species of Ixodes from Mexico and description of the male of I. auritulus auritulus Neumann, I. conepati Cooley and Kohls, and I. lasallei Mendez and Ortiz (Acarina: Ixodidae). Journal of Parasitology, 52, 810–820.