The sex ratio of captured rodents revealed a predominance of females in comparison to males (Fig 6) In the Psammomys obesus species, the female population is almost the twice of the males.
The macroscopic examination showed in general no lesions, a part from small sores and ulcerations which were observed on the external ears and the surroundings of the eyes of 4 rodents belonging to Psammomys obesus.
7] reported also that Psammomys obesus is a strict herbivore fond of succulent Chenopodiaceae.
He reported that on the eight captured Psammomys obesus showing lesions on ears, five strains were isolated and identified to belong all to L.
Psammomys Obesus Diet, Tank of the Cutaneous Leishmaniose, Zoonotic Disease of arid and Semi-arid Areas.