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Hyalomma asiaticum asiaticum Schulze and Schlottke, 1929. Its distribution, hosts, seasonal activity, life cycle, and role in transmission of bovine theileriosis in Iran

Mazlum, Z.

1968 - Volume: 10 Issue: 3 pages: 437-442


ectoparasites life cycle Hyalomma asiaticum asiaticum Iran, diseases pathology Ovis bovine theileriosis Theileria annulata


Hyalomma a. asiaticum is confirmed to be a distinct species which occurs in many parts of Iran except near the Caspian Sea. The main hosts of adults are sheep; cattle, horses, goats, and camels are also infested. Adults were collected in each season but their activity was found to be in spring, especially in May. This is strictly a three-host tick and a vector of Theileria annulata.

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