Regeneration of Haller's sensory organ in the tick, Ixodes rubicundus (Acari: Ixodidae)

@article{Belozerov2004RegenerationOH,
  title={Regeneration of Haller's sensory organ in the tick, Ixodes rubicundus (Acari: Ixodidae)},
  author={Valentin N. Belozerov and Dawie J. Kok and Leon J. Fourie},
  journal={Experimental \& Applied Acarology},
  year={2004},
  volume={21},
  pages={629-648}
}
A study of regeneration in nymphs and adults of the South African tick Ixodes (Afrixodes) rubicundus, from which the forelegs had been amputated during the previous instar, revealed that the structural changes in regenerated Haller's sensory organs resemble those observed in other ixodid ticks, in particular in another prostriate tick, Ixodes (Ixodes) ricinus. The adult regenerates re-establish their atavistic features in terms of the increased number of different sensilla on the distal knoll… 

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