Corpus ID: 12495257

[Anoplura of rodents (Rodentia) in Northern Poland].

  title={[Anoplura of rodents (Rodentia) in Northern Poland].},
  author={Sławomir Kadulski and Joanna N. Izdebska},
  journal={Wiadomosci parazytologiczne},
  volume={50 2},
Anoplura of rodents (Rodentia) in Northern Poland. Above 100 rodents belonging to 6 species (Clethrionomys glareolus, Microtus agrestis, M. arvalis, Apodemus flavicollis, A. sylvaticus, Mus musculus) caught in the various habitations were examined. The parasites found represented three species of Anoplura: Hoplopleura acanthopus, H. affinis and Polyplax serrata. H. acanthopus appeard to be the most common parasite; it was found in all examined hosts, while mostly on the bank vole. 
Diversity of the parasite fauna of Mus musculus L. (Rodentia, Muridae) from different habitats
The species composition of a parasitic fauna in a host is a net result of specificity of individual parr asitic species with respect to the host concerned and an array of complex interactions involved in the paraa site's functioning in the external environment. Expand
The occurrence of Demodex spp. (Acari, Demodecidae) in the bank vole Myodes glareolus (Rodentia, Cricetidae) with data on its topographical preferences.
An examination of 16 bank voles from Poland revealed the presence of two species of the family Demodecidae (Acari, Prostigmata), specific to the host, which are a new species for the fauna of Poland. Expand