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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Use of the morphological keys of Apanaskevich and Horak (3) led to tick identification as a Hyalomma marginatum female.
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.
Ozellikle de Hyalomma marginatum marginatum turu kenelerle bulasma olmaktadir.
pusillus, 2 Haemaphysalis punctata, 11 Hyalomma lusitanicum, and 33 Hyalomma marginatum (5).
Kirim-Kongo Kanamali Atesi virusu bu virusu tasiyan Hyalomma marginatum adi verilen kene turlerinden 1960 yilinda izole edilmistir.
aeschlimannii was first isolated from Hyalomma marginatum ticks from Morocco (7).
Kuzey yarikurede Hyalomma marginatum marginatum genellikle bahar aylarindan Nisan ve Mayis'ta sicakligin artmasiyla aktive olur ve Mayis ve Eylul aylari arasinda immatur hali aktif olarak bulunur (12).
pusillus, Dermacentor marginatus, and Hyalomma marginatum.