The Hyalomma dromedarii Koch, tick is a common parasite of camels and probably the best adapted to deserts of all hard ticks. Like other. Engorged Hyalomma dromedarii females were placed for development in shade and sun (open non-shaded site) in April, August and December for two. In this study, complete nucleotide sequences of Calreticulin and Internally Transcribed Spacer Region -2 (ITS-2) encoding genes of Hyalomma dromedarii from.

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Introduction Hyalomma Hyalomma dromedarii, the camel tick, is distributed in deserts, semideserts and steppes from northwestern India and southern USSR to Arabia and Africa north of the equator wherever dromeadrii occur Hoogstraal et al.

You do not currently have access to this article. It appeared as a vertical slit guarded with two leaves Fig.

Pretarsus joined to a basal sclerite which terminated with a median empodium Fig. Larva carried 3 pairs of legs attached to the ventral side of the body Fig. The latter was wrinkled into folds of extensible cuticle and carried 1 pair of curved true claws.

Leg segments were built of heavily sclerotized cuticle and joined to each other by highly movable articulation hyalomam flexible cuticle.


Large opening with thick integumental rings and 2 internal lips. Accordingly, there is much dromedariii for a detailed study showing almost the entire features of egg and larva of a representative model of ixodid ticks. High CO 2 concentration in the ambient air of female H. Morphological characterization of the ovary and vitellogenesis dynamics in the tick Amblyomma cajennense Acari: Tick Reproduction Oogenesis and Oviposition. Unfed larvae had a dorsoventrally flattened body Fig.

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Unbranched and pointed leg seta. Dorsal view of the hypostome showing the median groove that became wide posteriorly. International Journal of Zoological Research Volume 2 1: Materials and Methods H.

Spotted fever rickettsiae in ticks from the northern sinai governate Egypt. A characterization of the egg capsules of Anacroneuria starki and A talamanca Plecoptera perlidae with a suggestion about the distribution of stoneflies in the tropics.

Venter of hyalkmma hypostome showing 4 rows of retrograde conical denticles. This species is closely associated with camels, that hyalo,ma the main hosts of the adults, which may also parasitize other domestic animals. This contradicts the opinion of Balashov who stated that the capitulum of H.

Capitulum length, from tip of the hypostome to posterodorsal margin, was Sign In or Create an Account. Eggs were covered with chorion which was clearly observed in unprocessed eggs Fig.


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Hyalomma dromedarii

Dorsal surface with capitulum and idiosoma. Length of each opening was 8. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Denticles are oval, tilelike and enlarged posteriorly Fig.

Eggs or emerged larvae were immediately collected and placed in clean vials containing hyaolmma solution 0. ArachnidaIxodidaedevelopmentfecundity. This species is ascribed with spreading the virus that causes the life-threatening Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever.

If you originally registered with a username please use that to sign in. SEM investigation of the larva revealed smooth scutum with slight irregular ornamentation and horizontally folded extensible cuticle with vertical ridges.

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The second type was numerous, slit-like and devoided integumental rings or internal lips. Hypostome length, from apex to the level of these 2 setae, was It contained 2 internal lips and externally surrounded with a cuticular thickening Fig. This was previously noticed in Ornithodoros moubata Diehl et al.