Dermacentor reticulatus

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Der·ma·cen·tor re·ti·cu·la·'tus

a common species attacking sheep, oxen, goats, and deer, and sometimes troublesome to humans; it is found in Europe, Asia, and the Americas.
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First report of Rickettsia raoultii in field collected Dermacentor reticulatus ticks from Austria.
First report of Rickettsia raoultii and Rickettsia helvetica in Dermacentor reticulatus ticks from the Czech Republic.
(%) Dermacentor reticulatus ticks State Site (region) ([dagger]) Male Female Saarland A 5/14 (35.7) 7/14 (50) (West) B 67/128 (52.3) 71/153 (46.4) C 9/35 (25.7) 8/39 (20.5) Bavaria D 11/40 (27.5) 30/95 (31.6) (South) Saxony E 144/190 (75.8) 236/309 (76.4) (East) F 17/21 (80.1) 21/29 (72.4) G 30/80 (37.5) 50/111 (45.0) H 10/16 (62.5) 33/48 (68.1) I NA NA Total A-I 293/524 457/798 (55.5) (57.1) No.
Evidence for an increased geographical distribution of Dermacentor reticulatus in Germany and detection of Rickettsia sp.
Detection of spotted fever group (SFG) rickettsiae in Dermacentor reticulatus (Acari: Ixodidae) in Poland.
Spatial distribution of Dermacentor reticulatus and Ixodes ricinus in Hungary: evidence for change?
Prevalent tick species for forest-steppe zones of Western Siberia, Russia, are taiga ticks (Ixodes persulcatus Schulze) and meadow ticks (Dermacentor reticulatus) (Acarina: Ixodidae) (1,2,8).
Tick infection rates with Borrelia: Ixodes ricinus versus Haemaphysalis concinna and Dermacentor reticulatus in two locations in eastern Germany.