Amblyomma hebraeum

Am·bly·om·ma he·bra·e·'um

the South African bont tick, an important vector of heartwater in southern Africa.
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Collection of free-living nymphs and adults of Amblyomma hebraeum (Acari: Ixodidae) with pheromone/carbon dioxide traps at 5 different ecological sites in heartwater endemic regions of South Africa.--Exp.
For example, survival of Amblyomma hebraeum larvae dropped precipitously at 70% RH compared to higher RHs (Londt and Whitehead 1972), Ixodes ricinus larvae died sooner in open, grassy than in forest habitats (Daniel et al.
The role of tick moulting hormone, ecdysteroids on salivary gland function, oogenesis, and oviposition, and its regulation by neurotransmitter dopamine has been investigated in Amblyomma hebraeum and R.
Kaufman, "Hormonal control of salivary gland degeneration in the ixodid tick Amblyomma hebraeum," Journal of Insect Physiology, vol.
These tick-borne diseases include, but are not limited to, heartwater disease (Ehrlichia ruminantium) transmitted by Amblyomma hebraeum (bont tick); red water disease (Babesia bigemina) transmitted by Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) decoloratus (blue tick); and East coast fever (Theileria parva parva) and corridor disease (Theileria parva lawrencei) transmitted by Rhipicephalus appendiculatus (brown ear tick).
Eight tick species were found: Amblyomma hebraeum Koch, 1844; Haemaphysalis elliptica (Koch, 1844); Hyalomma rufipes Koch, 1844; Rhipicephalus appendiculatus Neumann, 1901; Rh.
Efficacy of four commercial DEET repellents against Amblyomma hebraeum (Acari: Ixodidae), the principal vector of Rickettsia africae in southern Africa.
To the Editor: Rickettsia africae, the causative agent of African tickbite fever, is transmitted by Amblyomma hebraeum and A.
In contrast, African TBF is typically transmitted by particular cattle and game ticks (Amblyomma hebraeum in southern Africa) in a rural setting.
Resistance of indigenous African cattle to the tick Amblyomma hebraeum. Exp.
Transmission of a spotted fever group rickettsia by Amblyomma hebraeum (Acari; Ixodidae).
Subsequently, numerous cases have been reported in tourists returning from southern Africa, where the cattle tick Amblyomma hebraeum is the vector (2,3).