granulatus in Thailand; Amblyomma cajennense in Texas, USA; and Aponomma hydrosauri in Australia (3-5).
Ultrastructural and genetic evidence of a reptilian tick, Aponomma hydrosauri, as a host of Rickettsia honei in Australia: possible transovarial transmission.
hydrosauri, the reptile-associated tick reservoir of Rickettsia honei on the Flynders Island, Australia.
The host-specific tick Aponomma elaphense (see Keirans and Degenhardt, 1985, and references therein) occurred on five Durangan specimens of B.
The host-parasite relationship between Elaphe subocularis (Reptilia: Colubridae) and Aponomma elaphensis (Acarina: Ixodidae).
holocyclus, are the main arthropod hosts of QTT and Bothriocroton hydrosauri (formerly Aponomma
hydrosauri) are the main hosts of FISF (8-10).
honei was later determined to be Aponomma
hydrosauri, a reptile tick (13).