Control of Theileria annulata in Iran.

Abstract

Tropical theileriosis or Mediterranean Coast Fever - caused by Theileria annulata - is a disease of cattle widely distributed across southern Europe, north Africa and central Asia. Its distribution broadly corresponds with that of its main ixodid tick vectors Hyalomma excavatum and H. detritum (Fig. 1). 'Exotic' cattle (Bos taurus) are particularly… (More)

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