Coxiella symbiont of Carios capensis
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Carios vespertilionis Latreille, 1802 is a typical bat parasite, widely distributed in the Palearctic, Oriental and Afrotropical… Expand The 50 page study of the work of art entitled Pohaci by Hartanto, S. Sn., M. Sn., 2012, wassponsored by a grant from DIPA ISI… Expand This article aims to describe the Sundanese manuscript of wawacan Carios Tamim by way of editing its text and analyzing its… Expand Altogether 445 bats, representing nine species, caught during swarming in the Lodowa Cave in Mount Ciemniak, Western Tatra… Expand Carios mimon is an argasid tick common on Chiroptera, originally described from larvae collected on bats Mimon crenulatum from… Expand Males, females, and larvae of Carios fonsecai sp. nov. are described from free-living ticks collected in a cave at Bonito, state… Expand To the Editor: Tick-borne relapsing fever (TBRF) is caused by infection with spirochetes belonging to the genus Borrelia. We… Expand Abstract Soft ticks are medically important ectoparasites of birds and mammals that are found throughout the world. This report… Expand Abstract I found Carios kelleyi Cooley & Kohls (formerly Ornithodoros kelleyi) (Acari: Ixodida: Argasidae) on five species of… Expand The present report is the first of a comparative series on internal anatomy of species representative of Argas subgenera… Expand