family Ixodidae

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Synonyms for family Ixodidae

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In possums trapped in bushland, tick (Family Ixodidae) and trombiculid mite (Suborder Prostigmata) infections were identified in spring and autumn (Table 1).
Family Ixodidae, also called hard ticks, have 4 developmental stages: egg, larva, nymph, and adult.
Pictoral key to the adults of hard ticks, family Ixodidae (Ixodia: Ixodoidae), east of the Mississippi River.
Ninety-seven percent (334) of the ectoparasites were ticks from the family Ixodidae. The genus Hyalomma accounted for 254 (76.0%) of these ticks, including nearly all of those collected from sheep (100%) and camels (99.5%) but only 60.4% and 9.1% of those collected from buffalo and cattle, respectively.
This is an arachnid family Ixodidae with no eyes, and bears the palpi longer than they are wide.
The main vectors of CCHFV are ticks in the genus Hyalomma, family Ixodidae, with other ixodid ticks and ticks from the family Argasidae also contributing to transmission (2).
In the United States, Amblyomma maculatum (family Ixodidae) ticks, commonly referred to as Gulf Coast ticks, are the only known natural vector of R.
The genus Ixodes, family Ixodidae, contains >200 species, of which 14 make up the I.
Coltiviruses have been isolated from ticks of the family Ixodidae and from rodents and humans.