Intrinsic rate of natural increase of five species of ischnoceran lice (insecta: phthiraptera) from india



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INTRINSIC RATE OF NATURAL INCREASE OF FIVE SPECIES OF ISCHNOCERAN LICE (INSECTA: PHTHIRAPTERA) FROM INDIA.

Saxena, Arun Kumar. Gupta, Nidhi. Kumar, Sandeep. Khan, Vikram. Arya, Gaurav. Saxena, Smiriti.

Entomological News. 2009 September-October; 120(4):363-369.

[Article; Print]

AN: ZOOR14608055861

Five ischnoceran lice (Brueelia cyclothorax, Sturnidoecus bannoo, Neopsittaconirmus elbeli, Columbicola columbae and Anaticola crassicornis) infesting the house sparrow, common myna, Indian parakeet, domestic pigeon and mallard duck, were reared in vitro conditions (35[plus or minus]1[degree]C, 75-82% RH, at a feather diet), to record the incubation period, adult longevity and daily egg rate. The data obtained were used to construct the life table and to determine the intrinsic rate of natural increase (r). The values of r of aforesaid species were 0.032, 0.049, 0.050, 0.053 and 0.074 female per day, respectively. Likewise, the doubling time of the population differed, as follows, 21.35, 14.21, 13.93, 14.2 and 9.01 days, respectively. The results indicate that reproductive potentials of different phthirapteran species exhibit considerable variation.

Record Owner

Copyright 2004 The Thomson Corporation.

Author Address

Govt Raza Postgrad Coll, Dept Zool, Rampur, Uttar Pradesh, India.

ISSN


0013-872X

Language


English

Broad Terms

Reproduction. Parasites diseases and disorders. Parasites. Insect parasites. Hosts. Ecology. Population dynamics.

Descriptors

Acridotheres tristis: Mallophagan parasites, Sturnidoecus bannoo, Parasite life tables and population growth; Anaticola crassicornis: Reproductive productivity, Intrinsic rate of natural increase, Avian hosts, Anas platyrhynchos, Population dynamics, Life tables;

Brueelia cyclothorax: Reproductive productivity, Intrinsic rate of natural increase, Avian hosts, Passer domesticus, Population dynamics, Life tables;

Columbicola columbae: Reproductive productivity, Intrinsic rate of natural increase, Avian hosts, Columba livia, Population dynamics, Life tables;

Neopsittaconirmus elbeli: Reproductive productivity, Intrinsic rate of natural increase, Avian hosts, Psittacula eupatria, Population dynamics, Life tables;

Passer domesticus: Mallophagan parasites, Brueelia cyclothorax, Parasite life tables and population growth;

Psittacula eupatria: Mallophagan parasites, Neopsittaconirmus elbeli, Parasite life table and population growth;

Sturnidoecus bannoo: Reproductive productivity, Intrinsic rate of natural increase, Avian hosts, Acridotheres tristis, Population dynamics, Life tables.

Super-Taxa

Animalia, Arthropoda, Insecta, Mallophaga; Animalia, Chordata, Vertebrata, Aves, Passeriformes, Ploceidae;

Animalia, Chordata, Vertebrata, Aves, Passeriformes, Sturnidae;

Animalia, Chordata, Vertebrata, Aves, Psittaciformes, Psittacidae.

Systematics

Anaticola crassicornis (Mallophaga): Parasite; Brueelia cyclothorax (Mallophaga): Parasite;

Columbicola columbae (Mallophaga): Parasite;

Neopsittaconirmus elbeli (Mallophaga): Parasite;

Sturnidoecus bannoo (Mallophaga): Parasite;

Passer domesticus (Ploceidae): Host;

Acridotheres tristis (Sturnidae): Host;

Psittacula eupatria (Psittacidae): Host.

Taxa Notes

Arthropods; Birds; Chordates; Insects; Invertebrates; Vertebrates.

Year


2009

Update Code

201008. BIOSIS Update: 201008.

Link to the Ovid Full Text or citation: http://ovidsp.ovid.com/ovidweb.cgi?T=JS&CSC=Y&NEWS=N&PAGE=fulltext&D=zoor15&AN=ZOOR14608055861 

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Fauna Iberica. Vol. 32. Phthiraptera, Ischnocera.



Martin Mateo, Ma Paz.

[Book; Print]

AN: ZOOR14608052990

This Fauna Iberica monograph is devoted to the Ischnocera and it is the second part of the study of Phthiraptera (Mallophaga), the ectoparasitic insects on birds and mammals found throughout the Iberian and Balearic area. This work includes 179 species of which 164 were collected from birds and 15 from mammals. All these species belong to 52 genera and 12 families and were found in 151 species of birds and 14 species of mammals belonging to 17 and 3 orders respectively from the geographical area studied. This volume is illustrated by 53 slides and begins with the general characteristics of the group that we-re already pointed out in the previous volume of Fauna Iberica (vol. 20, Mallophaga, Amblycera, Martin Mateo, 2003). It continues with the systematic relationships of the Iberian Ischnocera and keys for identifying families, genera and species including the description of the morphological characters of each of the species mentioned. Data on the geographical distribution and biology of the hosts and a complete and updated bibliography is also given. Lastly, in the nomenclatural appendix, the definitions of the different taxa and their variations through time are reviewed, 'including some nomenclatural changes and a new species dedicated to the eminent expert Robert C. Dagleish.

Record Owner

Copyright 2004 The Thomson Corporation.

Book Title and Source

Fauna Iberica. Vol. 32. Phthiraptera, Ischnocera. Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, Madrid. 2009: 1-363.

ISBN

978-84-00-08922-1



Language

English


Broad Terms

Systematics. Nomenclature. New taxa. Type species. Type material. Synonymy. Available name. Priority. Taxonomy. Key. Documentation. Publications. General morphology. Parasites diseases and disorders. Parasites. Insect parasites. Hosts. Land zones. Palaearctic region. Eurasia. Europe.

Descriptors

Acidoproctidae, Aegypoecus, Anaticola, Anatoecus, Ardeicola, Bovicola (Bovicola), Brueelia, Campanulotes, Coloceras, Columbicola, Craspedorrhynchus, Cuclotogaster, Cummingsiella, Degeeriella, Falcolipeurus, Felicola (Felicola), Goniocotes, Goniodes, Lunaceps, Neophilopterus, Oxylipeurus, Pectinopygus, Penenirmus, Philopterus, Quadraceps, Rallicola (Rallicola), Saemundssonia (Saemundssonia), Strigiphilus, Trichodectes: Europe, Iberian Peninsula and Balearic area, Key to species; Aves, Mammalia: Checklists, Host/parasite checklist, Mallophagan parasites, Ischnocera, Europe, Iberian Peninsula and Balearic area, Spain;

Bovicola, Felicola, Saemundssonia: Europe, Iberian Peninsula and Balearic area, Key to subgenera;

Charadrius dubius curonicus: Mallophagan parasites, Quadraceps dalgleishi, New parasite species, Spain, New insect parasite species;

Degeeriellidae, Esthiopteridae, Goniodidae, Lipeuridae, Meinertzhageniellidae, Philopteridae, Pseudonirmidae, Rallicolidae, Trichodectidae: Europe, Iberian Peninsula and Balearic area, Key to genera;

Ischnocera: Checklists, Host/parasite checklist, systematics, Faunal works, General morphology, Avian hosts, Mammalian hosts, Europe, Iberian Peninsula and Balearic area, Key to superfamilies, biology, distribution, natural history, Spain;

Philopteroidea, Trichodectoidea: Europe, Iberian Peninsula and Balearic area, Key to families;

Quadraceps dalgleishi: Avian hosts, Charadrius dubius curonicus, New parasite species, Spain, New species from avian host.

Super-Taxa

Animalia, Arthropoda, Insecta, Mallophaga; Animalia, Chordata, Vertebrata, Aves, Charadriiformes, Charadriidae.

Systematics

Acidoproctidae Harrison 1915 (Mallophaga): Spelling, P. 336; Aegypoecus Clay & Meinertzhagen 1939 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 158;

Akidoproctidae Harrison 1915 (Mallophaga): Spelling, P. 336;

Allobrueelia Eichler 1951 (Mallophaga): Unavailable name, P. 339;

Anaticola Clay 1936 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 224;

Anatoecus Cummings 1916 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 210;

Ardeicola Clay 1936 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 230;

Bovicola Ewing 1929 (Mallophaga): Key to subgenera, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 252;

Bovicola (Bovicola) Ewing 1929 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 255;

Brueelia Keler 1936 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 183;

Brueelia atricapillae Soler Cruz et al 1984 (Mallophaga): Priority, Over Nigronirmus atricapillae Soler Cruz et al., p. 340;

Brueelia sexytana (Soler Cruz et al 1987) (Mallophaga): Spelling, P. 340;

Campanulotes Keler 1939 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 27;

Coloceras Taschenberg 1882 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 38;

Columbicola Ewing 1929 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 215;

Craspedorrhynchus Keler 1938 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 171;

Craspedorrhynchus rotundatus (Piaget 1880) (Mallophaga): Status, P. 339;

Cuclotogaster Carriker 1936 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 68;

Cummingsiella Ewing 1930 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 121;

Degeeriella Neumann 1906 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 84;

Degeeriellidae Eichler 1937 (Mallophaga): Key to genera, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 78;

Docophorus communis var. rotundata (Mallophaga): Preoccupied name replaced by, Philopterus piageti Martin-Mateo, Alonso-Zarazaga & Dalgleish 2009, p. 339;

Docophorus heteroceros Gievel 1861 (Mallophaga): Spelling, P. 338;

Dollabella Cummings 1916 (Mallophaga): Available name, P. 338;

Esthiopteridae Harrison 1916 (Mallophaga): Key to genera, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 206;

Falcolipeurus Bedford 1931 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 59;

Felicola Ewing 1929 (Mallophaga): Key to subgenera, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 244;

Felicola (Felicola) Ewing 1929 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 246;

Goniocotes Burmeister 1838 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 32;

Goniodes Nitzsch 1818 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 43;

Goniodidae Mjoberg 1910 (Mallophaga): Key to genera, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 27;

Holakartikos pilosus Keler 1938 (Mallophaga): Lectotype designated, P. 341;

Ischnocera (Mallophaga): Key to superfamilies, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 22, Parasite;

Lipeuridae Mjoberg 1910 (Mallophaga): Key to genera, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 65;

Lipeurus bucephalus Giebel (Mallophaga): Status, P. 336;

Lunaceps Clay & Meinertzhagen 1939 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 125;

Meinertzhageniellidae Eichler 1940 (Mallophaga): Key to genera, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 57;

Micronaubates Pessoa & Guimaraes 1935 (Mallophaga): Unavailable name, P. 337;

Mjoberginirmus Eichler 1944 (Mallophaga): Spelling, P. 338;

Neophilopterus Cummings 1916 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 220;

Oncophorus Piaget 1880 (Mallophaga): Type species, Designated as Oncophorus flavescens Piaget 1885, p. 338;

Oncophorus flavescens Piaget 1885 (Mallophaga): Designated type species for, Oncophorus Piaget 1880, p. 338;

Oxylipeurus Mjoberg 1910 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 76;

Pectinopygus Mjoberg 1910 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 97;

Pediculus ovis (Mallophaga): Neotype designated, P. 342;

Penenirmus Clay & Meinertzhagen 1938 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 202;

Philopteridae Burmeister 1838 (Mallophaga): Key to genera, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 141;

Philopteroidea Burmeister 1838 (Mallophaga): Key to families, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 52;

Philopterus Nitzsch 1818 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 144;

Philopterus (Goniodes) chelicornis Nitzsch 1818 (Mallophaga): Unavailable name, P. 335;

Philopterus cursor var. laticephalus Uchida 1949 (Mallophaga): Unavailable name, P. 339;

Philopterus piageti Martin-Mateo, Alonso-Zarazaga & Dalgleish 2009 (Mallophaga): Nom nov, For Docophorus communis var. rotundata, p. 339;

Pseudonirmidae Eichler 1941 (Mallophaga): Key to genera, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 96;

Quadraceps Clay & Meinertzhagen 1939 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 128;

Quadraceps dalgleishi (Mallophaga): Sp nov, Spain, Parasite of Charadrius dubius curonicus (Aves), p. 135, Parasite;

Rallicola Johnston & Harrison 1911 (Mallophaga): Taxonomy, P. 337;

Rallicola (Rallicola) Johnston & Harrison 1911 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 109;

Rallicolidae Eichler 1941 (Mallophaga): Key to genera, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 107;

Saemundssonia Timmermann 1936 (Mallophaga): Key to subgenera, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 113;

Saemundssonia (Saemundssonia) Timmermann 1936 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 115;

Strigiphilus Mjoberg 1910 (Mallophaga): Syn nov, Neodocophorus Eichler 1949, p. 310;

Strigiphilus laticephalus Hopkins & Clay 1952 (Mallophaga): Valid name, P. 339;

Trichodectes Nitzsch 1818 (Mallophaga): Key to species, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 239;

Trichodectes crassipes Rudow 1866 (Mallophaga): Syn nov, Holakartikos pilosus Keler 1938, p. 341;

Trichodectes pubescens Fleming 1892 (Mallophaga): Authorship, Correct attribution, p. 340;

Trichodectidae Kellogg 1896 (Mallophaga): Publication date, Correct publication reference, p. 340;

Trichodectoidea Kellogg 1896 (Mallophaga): Key to families, Europe, Iberian Peninsula & Balearic area, P. 238;

Turdinirmus Eichler 1951 (Mallophaga): Unavailable name, P. 339;

Werneckiella Eichler 1940 (Mallophaga): Type species, Designated as Werneckiella equi Eichler 1940, p. 340;

Werneckiella equi Eichler 1940 (Mallophaga): Designated type species for, Werneckiella Eichler 1940, p. 340;

Aves (Vertebrata): Host;

Mammalia (Vertebrata): Host;

Charadrius dubius curonicus (Charadriidae): Host.

Taxa Notes

Arthropods; Birds; Chordates; Insects; Invertebrates; Mammals; Vertebrates.

Year


2009

Update Code

201008. BIOSIS Update: 201008.

Link to the Ovid Full Text or citation: http://ovidsp.ovid.com/ovidweb.cgi?T=JS&CSC=Y&NEWS=N&PAGE=fulltext&D=zoor15&AN=ZOOR14608052990 

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Haemoproteus lanii de Mello, 1937 (Apicomplexa: Haemoproteidae) from the long-tailed shrike and two species of chewing lice (Mallophaga) from the Philippine cockatoo (Aves: Laniidae; Cacatuidae).



Eduardo, Salcedo L. Lucas, Samuel F.

Philippine Journal of Veterinary Medicine. 2009 December; 46(2):95-101.

[Article; Print]

AN: ZOOR14608050627

Long-tailed shrikes, Lanilis schach nasutus Scopoli, 1787 and Philippine cockatoos (P.L.S. Muller, 1776), Cacatua haematuropygia were examined for blood and ectoparasites at different periods. Haemoproteus lanii de Mello, 1937 is reported parasitizing the red blood cells (RBC) of the long-tailed shrike in U.P. Los Banos Campus Philippines. Mature gametocytes of this species are of medium size, halteridial in form with entire margins and occupy about 70-75% of the host's red blood cells. There is little hypertrophy or distortion of the infected host red blood cell and the nucleus of the latter is only slightly displaced by the gametocyte. Cytoplasm of gametocytes appeared granular with large, pronounced, rod-like to broadly ovoid-shaped and yellow brown pigment granules numbering 9-14 which are scattered throughout the cytoplasm but have a tendency to concentrate at each pole or at the middle. Nucleus of gametocytes stained very faintly and is not discernible. Chewing lice (Mallophaga) were collected from three of five Philippine cockatoos examined from Palawan and Mindanao. The collections consisted of two species belonging to two genera as follows: Psittoecus hoogstraali Guimaraes, 1974 (Ischnocera) and Franciscoloa thompsoni Price & Beer, 1966. This paper constitutes a new host record for Haemoproteus lanii and the only record for Psittoecus hoogstraali and Franciscoloa thompsoni since their discovery. The three parasite species are briefly described and photographs of them are provided based on the present specimens. The parasites so far reported from the long-tailed shrike and cockatoo in the Philippines are given.

Record Owner

Copyright 2004 The Thomson Corporation.

Author Address

Univ Philippines Los Banos, Coll Vet Med, Laguna, Philippines.

ISSN


0031-7705

Language


English

Broad Terms

Cytology. General morphology. Parasites diseases and disorders. Parasites. Insect parasites. Hosts. Land zones. Oriental region. Eurasia. Asia.

Descriptors

Cacatua haematuropygia: Mallophagan parasites, Franciscoloa thompsoni, Parasite morphology, Psittoecus hoogstraali, New record, Philippines, Mindanao and Palawan; Franciscoloa thompsoni, Psittoecus hoogstraali: General morphology, new record, Avian hosts, Cacatua haematuropygia, Philippines, Mindanao and Palawan;

Haemoproteus lanii: General cell ultrastructure, new record, Avian hosts, Lanius schach nasutus, Philippines, Laguna;

Lanius schach nasutus: Protozoan parasites, Haemoproteus lanii, New record, parasite morphology, Philippines, Laguna.

Super-Taxa

Animalia, Arthropoda, Insecta, Mallophaga; Animalia, Chordata, Vertebrata, Aves, Passeriformes, Laniidae;

Animalia, Chordata, Vertebrata, Aves, Psittaciformes, Cacatuidae;

Protozoa, Apicomplexa, Sporozoea, Coccidia.

Systematics

Franciscoloa thompsoni (Mallophaga): Parasite; Psittoecus hoogstraali (Mallophaga): Parasite;

Lanius schach nasutus (Laniidae): Host;

Cacatua haematuropygia (Cacatuidae): Host;

Haemoproteus lanii (Coccidia): Parasite.

Taxa Notes

Arthropods; Birds; Chordates; Insects; Invertebrates; Protozoans; Vertebrates.

Year

2009


Update Code

201008. BIOSIS Update: 201008.

Link to the Ovid Full Text or citation: http://ovidsp.ovid.com/ovidweb.cgi?T=JS&CSC=Y&NEWS=N&PAGE=fulltext&D=zoor15&AN=ZOOR14608050627 

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A large, natural infection of sea lice on juvenile Pacific salmon in the Gulf Islands area of British Columbia, Canada.

Beamish, R. Wade, J. Pennell, W. Gordon, E. Jones, S. Neville, C. Lange, K. Sweeting, R.

Aquaculture. 2009 December 1; 297(1-4):31-37.

[Article; Print]

AN: ZOOR14606042036

High levels of sea lice generally exceeding a prevalence of 60% were found on all species of juvenile Pacific salmon and on juvenile Pacific herring in the Gulf Islands area within the Strait of Georgia, British Columbia. Virtually all sea lice were Caligus clemensi and most stages were maturing or mature. There are no active fish farms in this area, indicating that this is a naturally occurring epizootic of sea lice. It is possible that the infection was associated with Pacific herring that spawned in the area in the spring, although the linkage between the spawning Pacific herring and the infection on Pacific salmon was not determined.

Record Owner

Copyright 2004 The Thomson Corporation.

Author Address

Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Pacific Biological Station, 3190 Hammond Bay Road, Nanaimo, BC, V9T 6N7, Canada.

ISSN

0044-8486



Language

English


Broad Terms

Parasites diseases and disorders. Parasites. Hosts. Marine zones. Pacific Ocean.

Descriptors

Caligus clemensi: Piscean hosts, Clupea pallasii, Prevalence, Oncorhynchus, North Pacific, Canada, British Columbia, Gulf Islands; Clupea pallasii, Oncorhynchus: Crustacean parasites, Caligus clemensi, Prevalence, North Pacific, Canada, British Columbia, Gulf Islands.

Super-Taxa

Animalia, Arthropoda, Crustacea, Copepoda, Siphonostomatoida; Animalia, Chordata, Vertebrata, Pisces, Osteichthyes, Actinopterygii, Clupeiformes, Clupeidae;

Animalia, Chordata, Vertebrata, Pisces, Osteichthyes, Actinopterygii, Salmoniformes, Salmonidae.

Systematics

Caligus clemensi (Siphonostomatoida): Parasite; Clupea pallasii (Clupeidae): Host;

Oncorhynchus (Salmonidae): Host.

Taxa Notes

Arthropods; Chordates; Crustaceans; Fish; Invertebrates; Vertebrates.

Year

2009


Update Code

201006. BIOSIS Update: 201006.

Link to the Ovid Full Text or citation: http://ovidsp.ovid.com/ovidweb.cgi?T=JS&CSC=Y&NEWS=N&PAGE=fulltext&D=zoor15&AN=ZOOR14606042036 

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Parasitism on the hare Lepus europaeus Pallas, 1778 by the two hare sucking lice Haemodipsus lyriocephalus (Burmeister, 1839) and Haemodipsus setoni Ewing, 1924 (Anoplura: Polypacidae) in Eichsfeld district (Thuringia). Zur Parasitierung des Feldhasen Lepus europaeus Pallas, 1778 durch die beiden Hasenlausarten Haemodipsus lyriocephalus (Burmeister, 1839) und Haemodipsus setoni Ewing, 1924 (Anoplura: Polypachidae) im Landkreis Eichsfeld (Thueringen).

Heddergott, Mike.

Beitraege zur Jagd- und Wildforschung. 2009; 34:403-409.

[Article; Meeting paper; Print]

AN: ZOOR14606040858

In the context of a study 412 European hares (Lepus europaeus) were examined for the appearance of rabbit lice from the district Eichsfeld (Thuringia) within the years 1985 to 2007. Two types could be stated: Haemodipsus lyriocephalus (Burkmeister, 1839) and Haemodipsus setoni Ewing, 1924. The rabbit louse H. setoni could be locked in Germany for the first time. An attack with rabbit lice was found at 45.4 % of the examined L. europaeus. The most frequent species of louse was H. lyriocephalus and could be locked at 45.4 % of the examined L. europaeus. But H. setoni was found at 10.9 % of the L. europaeus. The highest attack was found at a L. europaeus with 121 H. lyriocephalus. A clear seasonal distribution of the finds could be established. So the L. europaeus from the spring- and summer months were more affected than these from the autumn and winter months. The results from Thuringia are compared with details from the literature

Record Owner

Copyright 2004 The Thomson Corporation.

Author Address

Goettinger Strasse 28, D-37308 Heilbad Heiligenstadt, Germany.

Language

German


Broad Terms

Parasites diseases and disorders. Parasites. Insect parasites. Hosts. Land zones. Palaearctic region. Eurasia. Europe.

Descriptors

Haemodipsus lyriocephalus, Haemodipsus setoni: Mammalian hosts, Lepus europaeus, Host parasite relationships, new record, Germany, Thueringen, Eichfeld; Lepus europaeus: Anopluran parasites, Haemodipsus lyriocephalus, Host parasite relationships, new record, Haemodipsus setoni, Germany, Thueringen, Eichfeld.


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