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Ectoparasites of Bats in Mongolia, Part 2 (Ischnopsyllidae, Nycteribiidae, Cimicidae and Acari)

@inproceedings{Scheffler2012EctoparasitesOB,
  title={Ectoparasites of Bats in Mongolia, Part 2 (Ischnopsyllidae, Nycteribiidae, Cimicidae and Acari)},
  author={Ingolf Scheffler and Dietrich Dolch and Jargalsaikhan Ariunbold and Annegret Stubbe and Andreas Abraham and Klaus Dr Thiele},
  year={2012}
}
This study analyses ectoparasites found on Mongolian bats between 2008 and 2011. We examined 12 different bat species, with a total of 23 ectoparasite species present. Apart from reporting distributions, we also discuss specific host-parasite relationships. Owing to recent taxonomic changes splitting the Myotis mystacinus-group into several new taxa, their corresponding ectoparasite fauna could also be addressed in detail. Introducing ectoparasitic insects at length elsewhere (SCHEFFLER et al… Expand
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