Amblyomma maculatum

Am·bly·om·ma ma·cu·la·'tum

the Gulf Coast tick, a species that is a pest of livestock in the southeastern U.S.
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Panola Mountain Ehrlichia in Amblyomma maculatum from the United States and Amblyomma variegatum (Acari: Ixodidae) from the Caribbean and Africa.
Ralph Robinson Parker isolated R parkeri from Amblyomma maculatum, commonly known as the Gulf Coast tick.
parkeri, recently recognized as a pathogen of humans, is transmitted by Amblyomma maculatum (Gulf Coast) ticks (Figure).
Rickettsia parkeri forma parte de los patogenos que integran el grupo de las fiebres manchadas transmitidas principalmente por garrapatas del "Grupo de Amblyomma maculatum".
53 grey partridges (33 domesticated and 20 wild) were infested by seven lice species (Menopon gallinae, Goniocotes gall, Menacanthus stramineus, Genero columbicola, Lipeurus caponis, Brueelia coquimbana, Coculogaster heterographus), three species of ticks (Haemaphysalis leporispalustris, Ixodes pacificus, Amblyomma maculatum) 2 species of mites (Ornithonyssus syliarum, Dermanyssus gallinae) and a flea species (Pulex irritans).
The other species of Hepatozoon affecting dogs is Hepatozoon americanum, transmitted by the gulf coast tick Amblyomma maculatum; the infection was described in Texas in 1978 and it is widespread in the southeastern United States where hepatozoonosis is an emerging tick borne disease (Ewing and Panciera, 2003).
Rickettsia parkeri, the causative agent of disease, was initially isolated from the Gulf Coast tick, Amblyomma maculatum, in 1937.
tigrinum fue descrito por Koch (1844) en Brasil como sinonimo de Amblyomma maculatum, hasta que en 1959 se efectuo una revision concluyendose que A.