Status of Haemaphysalis tick infestation in domestic ruminants in Iran.

@article{Rahbari2007StatusOH,
  title={Status of Haemaphysalis tick infestation in domestic ruminants in Iran.},
  author={Sadegh Rahbari and Sedigheh Nabian and Parviz Shayan and Hamidreza Haddadzadeh},
  journal={The Korean journal of parasitology},
  year={2007},
  volume={45 2},
  pages={
          129-32
        }
}
The geographical distribution and ecological preferences of Haemaphysalis in domestic animals in Iran were studied 4 times a year from April 2003 to March 2005. A total of 1,622 ixodid tick specimens were collected from 3 different zones. Among them, 108 (6.7%) Haemaphysalis ticks, consisting of 6 species, were identified; H. punctata (3.4%), H. parva (0.5%), H. sulcata (0.6%), H. choldokovskyi (1.7%), H. concinna (0.06%) and Haemaphysalis sp. (0.6%). H. punctata was the most abundant species… 

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