Attachment site selection of ticks on roe deer, Capreolus capreolus

@inproceedings{Kiffner2010AttachmentSS,
  title={Attachment site selection of ticks on roe deer, Capreolus capreolus},
  author={Christian Kiffner and Christina L{\"o}dige and Matthias Alings and Torsten Vor and Ferdinand Ruehe},
  booktitle={Experimental and Applied Acarology},
  year={2010}
}
The spatio-temporal attachment site patterns of ticks feeding on their hosts can be of significance if co-feeding transmission (i.e. from tick to tick without a systemic infection of the host) of pathogens affects the persistence of a given disease. Using tick infestation data on roe deer, we analysed preferred attachment sites and niche width of Ixodes ticks (larvae, nymphs, males, females) and investigated the degree of inter- and intrastadial aggregation. The different development stages… CONTINUE READING

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