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Contribution to the knowledge of ticks from Senegal (Acarina: Ixodina) vectors of Crimee Congo Hemorragic Fever (CCHF). Recapture of Hyalomma truncatum Koch 1844

Cornet, J.P. and Sylla, M.


2001 - Volume: 42 Issue: 3 pages: 223-226


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ecology Ixodina Senegal

Abstract

The authors demonstrate that Hyalomma truncatum, one of the main vectors of the virus CCHF for the man in West Africa, can cover more than 8 metres in a night to seek a host and that 48 hours after dropping it 15% can be recovered.

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Date accepted:
2001-11
Date published:
2003-01-15

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2001 Cornet, J.P. and Sylla, M.
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