Spatial distribution and impact of cattle-raising on ticks in the Pantanal region of Brazil by using the CO2 tick trap

@article{Canado2008SpatialDA,
  title={Spatial distribution and impact of cattle-raising on ticks in the Pantanal region of Brazil by using the CO2 tick trap},
  author={P. H. D. Cançado and E. M. Piranda and G. Mour{\~a}o and J. L. Faccini},
  journal={Parasitology Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={103},
  pages={371-377}
}
This study evaluates the impact of cattle-raising on ticks associated with wildlife in the Pantanal region of Brazil, by trapping free-living ticks using a CO2 tick trap. The traps were equally distributed in two areas: a 600-ha protected area (PA) and the Nhumirim Ranch (NR). Both areas are contiguous and located at the sub-region of Nhecolândia (18°59′S; 56°39′W), Pantanal, Brazil. In each area, four habitat types were selected: cerrado (tropical savanna), forest patches, lakes and soda lakes… Expand
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