Knemidocoptes

Knemidocoptes

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Key words: toxicosis, Knemidocoptes species, xylitol, nectar feeder, avian, Cape sugarbird, Promerops cafer
Cross sections of the tarsi showed moderate to severe orthokeratotic hyperkeratosis, in some cases associated with Knemidocoptes species-like mites.
Esta ectoparasitosis es causada por varias especies de acaros (Arachnida: Acarina) del genero Knemidocoptes (Sarcoptiformes, Epidermoptidae, Knemidokoptinae).
Sin embargo, no se dispone de estudios controlados en Venezuela que avalen la utilizacion de los unguentos azufrados contra los acaros del genero Knemidocoptes.
The first report of Knemidocoptes intermedius Fain et Macfarlane, 1967 (Acari: Astigmata) in naturally infected European birds.
A new species of Knemidocoptes producing mange in the Palm-Swift.
Generally the presence of mites does not determine negative effects in the health of raptors, except in the mange cases by Knemidocoptes (Deem 1999, Miller et al.
Knemidocoptes intermedius in wild superb lyrebirds (Menura novaehallandiae).
Knemidocoptes intermedius in a wild currawong (Strepera graculina).
Knemidocoptes mite is the most common mite seen in budgerigars and passerines.
Knemidocoptes intermedins in a wild currawong (Strepera graculina).
Knemidocoptic, from the Greek knemid (greave, a piece of armor that protects the leg) and koptein (to cut), refers to the morphology and pathogenesis of mites of the genus Knemidocoptes, which are burrowing mites of birds.