Ixodid ticks on domestic dogs in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa and in Namibia.

@article{Matthee2010IxodidTO,
  title={Ixodid ticks on domestic dogs in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa and in Namibia.},
  author={Sonja Matthee and Carl J Lovely and Andrew C. Gaugler and R. Beeker and H.J.T. Venter and Ivan Gerard Horak},
  journal={Journal of the South African Veterinary Association},
  year={2010},
  volume={81 2},
  pages={
          126-8
        }
}
The objective of this study was to determine the species composition of ixodid ticks infesting domestic dogs in the northwestern region of the Northern Cape Province of South Africa and in Namibia. Ticks were collected from February 2008 to January 2009 from dogs presented for a variety of reasons at a veterinary clinic in the Northern Cape Province and at 3 clinics in Namibia. The ticks collected at each place were pooled separately for each month at each locality. Eleven ixodid tick species… CONTINUE READING

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