Nuevos hospedadores para las garrapatas Amblyomma tigrinum y Rhipicephalus sanguineus (Acari: Ixodidae) en Chile

  title={Nuevos hospedadores para las garrapatas Amblyomma tigrinum y Rhipicephalus sanguineus (Acari: Ixodidae) en Chile},
  author={Daniel Gonz{\'a}lez-Acu{\~n}a and Germ{\'a}n Valenzuela and Lucila Moreno and Karen Ardiles and Alberto A. Guglielmone},
  journal={Archivos De Medicina Veterinaria},
Se registran, por primera vez en Chile, ninfas de garrapata cafe del perro (Rhipicephalus sanguineus) parasitando dos ejemplares de cabras (Capra hircus) y adultos (un macho y una hembra gravida) de la garrapata de listas blancas (Amblyomma tigrinum) parasitando a un bovino (Bos taurus). La importancia de los presentes reportes, hechos en la provincia de Nuble, son discutidos. 
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Garrapatas (Acari: Ixodidae) en perros de la ciudad de Concepción, Chile
Los ejemplares encontradas fueron observados mediante lupa estereoscopica y algunos fotografiados a microscopio electronico y se obtuvo que el 38.7% correspondian a Amblyomma tigrinum adultos and the 61.3% a Rhipicephalus sanguineus adultos e inmaduros.
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Amblyomma Tigrinum (Acari: Ixodidae) in Relation to Phytogeography of Central-Northern Argentina with Notes on Hosts and Seasonal Distribution
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First record of immature stages of Amblyomma tigrinum (Acari: Ixodidae) on wild birds in chile
The results suggest that birds are important in the maintenance of the life cycle of A. tigrinum ticks in the area, and the number of ticks observed on Zenaida auriculata, C. californica and N. perdicaria living in non-irrigated areas as compared with irrigated areas is suggested.
Ticks (Acari: Ixodoidea: Argasidae, Ixodidae) of Chile
The Chilean Ixodes fauna is unique to the Neotropical Zoogeographic Region, and additional research is needed in order to understand the biological importance of these species.
The Amblyomma maculatum Koch, 1844 (Acari: Ixodidae: Amblyomminae) tick group: diagnostic characters, description of the larva of A. parvitarsum Neumann, 1901, 16S rDNA sequences, distribution and hosts
A review of the largely confused Amblyomma maculatum Koch, 1844 tick group of the subgenus Anastosiella Santos Dias, 1963 is presented together with a discussion of the diagnostic characters used for the determination of adults, nymphs and, to a lesser extent, larvae.
The genus Amblyomma Koch, 1844 (Acari: Ixodidae) in Chile, with new records of A. argentinae Neumann, 1904 and A. tigrinum Koch, 1844
Two species of Amblyomma Koch, 1844 occur in Chile: A. parvitarsum Neumann, 1901 and A. tigrinum Koch, 1840, and new records of A. argentinae from the terrestrial tortoise Chelonoides chilensis (Gray, 1870), illegally introduced from Argentina, are presented.
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The state has relatively long established, introduced ("exotic"), Old World tick species that should be considered as potential and emergent pests and pathogen vectors to humans and their more recently acquired, introduced domestic animal hosts; rural poultry, dogs and horses.