Hyalomma marginatum

Hy·a·lom·ma mar·gi·na·'tum

a particularly common species of tick carried by birds migrating between Europe and Asia and Africa, and the probable vector of the virus of Crimean hemorrhagic fever.
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ticks) Tick species 2011 (474) Toledo (78) Hyalomma marginatum Huesca (128) H.
There were 14 adult ticks including 1 Hyalomma marginatum, 1 Rhipicephalus sanguineus, 4 Ixodes ricinus, 6 Rhipicephalus turanicus (Table III).
Case of Gynandromorphism in Hyalomma marginatum Koch, 1844 (Acari: Ixodidae).
No theilerial organism was detected in Hyalomma marginatum, Boophilus annulatus and Amblyomma varigatum ticks.
Belirli bolgelerden KKKA hastaliginin sik olarak bildirilmesi, Hyalomma marginatum cinsi keneler icin bu cografik bolgelerde uygun yasam alanlarinin olmasi ve insanlarla temas riskinin artmasi ile iliskilidir.
Experimental transmission of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus by west African wild ground-feeding birds to Hyalomma marginatum rufipes ticks.
Virus 30 farkli kene turunde izole edilsede Turkiye'de 3 turde (Hyalomma marginatum marginatum, Hyalomma anatolicum anatolicum, Demacentor marginatus) vektor potonsiyeli kanitlanmistir (2).
Ozellikle de Hyalomma marginatum marginatum turu kenelerle bulasma olmaktadir.
One of the most important diseases transmitted by Hyalomma marginatum is Crimean Congo hemorrhagic fever.