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Ixodes ariadnae Hornok, 2014 (Figs. 35–37)

  • S. HornokEmail author
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Abstract

Ixodes ariadnae is a three-host tick species parasitizing bats. Based on the seasonal dynamics of its developmental stages, its life-cycle is most likely similar to that of I. vespertilionis.

References

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Parasitology and ZoologyUniversity of Veterinary MedicineBudapestHungary

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