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UNIVERSIDAD DE CUENCA FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS AGROPECUARIAS ESCUELA DE MVZ Dermatitis por ectoparasitos en caninos. Pulgas y garrapatas en perros urbanos y rurales en cuatro regiones en Chile .. Infestación múltiple por ectoparásitos en perros de zonas urbanas y rurales en. Palabras clave: parásitos, perros, Isla Robinson Crusoe, Chile. Cantidad y sexo de ectoparásitos colectados desde 40 perros en San Juan Bautista.

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On the other hand, tick species described in domestic dogs in the country are Rhipicephalus sanguineus TagleAmblyomma tigrinum Tagle and recently Amblyomma triste Abarca et al This study shows results of the species of fleas and ticks currently present in dogs in Chile and their distribution in four districts with varying patterns of temperature and climate, from the arid further north to the moist southern region.

On the other hand, Trichodectes canis and Heterodoxus spiniger were collected from dogs from Central Provinces and Darien.

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Exp Appl Acarol 40, Molecular and antigenic comparasion of Ehrlichia canis from dogs, ticks and human in Venezuela. Fleas parasitizing domestic dogs in Spain. Arch Med Vet 34, Ixodid tick species recovered from domestic dogs in Japan.

The ticks of Panama. Mixed species of ectoparasites infestation on dogs from urban and rural areas of four regions in Chile.

Pulgas y garrapatas en perros urbanos y rurales en cuatro regiones en Chile

Med Vet Entomol 22, Materials and methods Study site. Ixodid ticks on dogs in southern Mozambique. Ixodidae associated with domestic dogs in Franca region, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Due to their vectorial potential regarding infectious diseases of great importance to both animals and people, a deeper knowledge of the species distribution is relevant to define more appropriate control measures in urban and rural areas of Chile.

The sample size was at least 97 households per each area, where one dog per selected household was sampled in each urban and rural area.

MG3: Control of Ectoparasites in Dogs and Cats

Molecular and antigenic comparison of Ehrlichia canis isolates from dogs, ticks, and a human in Venezuela J Clin Microbiol 39, Parasite Fctoparasitos 3, Ixodidae under laboratory conditions. Field Museum of Natural History; Flea and ticks species from dogs in urban and rural areas in four districts in Chile. English pdf Article in xml format Article references How to cite this article Automatic translation Send this article by e-mail.

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Medical and Veterinary Entomology, v. J Med Entomol 49, Boopidae from cats in Singapore. The only previously reported site was Panama City.

Distribution of ectoparasites of Canis lupus familiaris L. (Carnivora: Canidae) from Panama

Cambridge Universit Press, Although ectoparasotos zoonotic potential of this bacteria remains unknown, but many Rickettsial species that initially were considered as non-pathogenic, their impact on public health has been detected later eg.

The results of this study partially agree ectoparssitos Costa et alwho detected higher prevalence of dogs with mixed infestations in rural than urban areas. Tais ectoparasitos podem causar no hospedeiro: In the case of fleas, a higher infestation has been found in rural areas, attributing this to low access to anti-flea products in these areas Farkas et al Establishment of the tropical dog tick, Rhipicephalus sanguineus, in a house in London.

Ninfas de Amblyominae foram mais prevalentes que as ninfas de Rhipicephalinae.