2016
DOI: 10.3347/kjp.2016.54.3.301
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Abstract: In order to determine the effect of various hosts on feeding performance of Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus, we used 3 mammalian species as hosts, cattle (Qinchuan), sheep (T an), and rabbits (Japanese white rabbit) for infest-ing ticks. Five hundreds of R. microplus larvae were exposed to each animal (3 animals/host species). Tick recoveries were 11.0%, 0.47%, and 5.5% from cattle, sheep, and rabbits, respectively. The averages of tick feeding periods were not significantly different on cattle, sheep, and… Show more

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“…China has a relatively high tick species diversity, and over 120 species (about 13% of world species) have been described across its geography and infesting different hosts (Bush & Robbins, ; Chao, Hsieh, & Shih, ; Chao, Lu, Lin, & Shih, ; Z. Chen et al, ; Deng & Jiang, ; Duan, ; T. Guo, Sun, Xu, & Durden, ; Y. Guo, Sun, & Xu, ; W. Li, Sun, Zhang, & Xu, ; Wen & Chen, ; Yin & Luo, ; X. Yu, Ye, & Gong, ). Owing to the medical and economic importance of ticks, increasing studies have paid more attention to tick biology (Z. Chen, Yu, Yang, Zheng, & Liu, ; J. Li et al, ; J. Liu, Liu, Zhang, Yang, & Gao, ; Ma et al, ), tick ecology (T. Wang et al, ; Zheng, Yu, Zhou, Yang, & Liu, ), and tick‐borne disease (Chu et al, ; Fang et al, ; Wu, Na, Wei, Zhu, & Peng, ; Z. Yu et al, ), especially reports of the new emergence of tick‐borne pathogens in recent years (H. Li et al, ; Y. Z. Zhang & Xu, ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…China has a relatively high tick species diversity, and over 120 species (about 13% of world species) have been described across its geography and infesting different hosts (Bush & Robbins, ; Chao, Hsieh, & Shih, ; Chao, Lu, Lin, & Shih, ; Z. Chen et al, ; Deng & Jiang, ; Duan, ; T. Guo, Sun, Xu, & Durden, ; Y. Guo, Sun, & Xu, ; W. Li, Sun, Zhang, & Xu, ; Wen & Chen, ; Yin & Luo, ; X. Yu, Ye, & Gong, ). Owing to the medical and economic importance of ticks, increasing studies have paid more attention to tick biology (Z. Chen, Yu, Yang, Zheng, & Liu, ; J. Li et al, ; J. Liu, Liu, Zhang, Yang, & Gao, ; Ma et al, ), tick ecology (T. Wang et al, ; Zheng, Yu, Zhou, Yang, & Liu, ), and tick‐borne disease (Chu et al, ; Fang et al, ; Wu, Na, Wei, Zhu, & Peng, ; Z. Yu et al, ), especially reports of the new emergence of tick‐borne pathogens in recent years (H. Li et al, ; Y. Z. Zhang & Xu, ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Despite host specificity of R . microplus for cattle [ 2 ], this tick species may be found parasitizing small ruminants [ 3 ]. In Brazil, R .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These patterns, along with the presence of other tick species on felids, such as Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus, may be driven by ecological host factors, such as habitat use or predator-prey relationships which differ substantially between the two felids (Foster et al, 2010;Novack et al, 2005). The preference of jaguars for small-size prey, such as coatis, armadillos, opossums and birds, and pumas for deer (Cassaigne et al, 2016;Novack et al, 2005) incidentally found on other animals that co-occur with infested cattle, including other domestic animals and wildlife (Ma et al, 2016). The presence of R.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%