Draft:Amblyomma albopictum

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Amblyomma albopictum are tropical ticks typically found parasitizing Cyclura nubila, Chilabothrus angulifer, Alsophis cantherigerus (Bibron), Leiocephalus carinatus, and less commonly Paraguaian hairy dwarf porcupine. Geographical locations of these ticks include Costa Rica, Cuba, Haiti, Honduras, Dominican Republic, and reported (not confirmed) in Brazil. The tick was discovered and named by Nuemann,1899.[1][2]




References[edit]

Kolonin, G. V. (2009). Fauna of ixodid ticks of the world (Acari: Ixodidae), Moscow.

Barros-Battesti, D. M., Hernandez, M. R., Famadas, K. M., Onofrio, V. C., Beati, L., & Guglielmone, A. A. (2009). The ixodid ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) of Cuba. Systematic and Applied Acarology, 14(2), 101-128.

  1. ^ Kolonin, Gennady V. (1995-05-01). "Review of the Ixodid Tick Fauna (Acari: Ixodidae) of Vietnam". Journal of Medical Entomology. 32 (3): 276–282. doi:10.1093/jmedent/32.3.276. ISSN 1938-2928.
  2. ^ Barros-Battesti, Darci Moraes; Hernandez, Mercedes Reyes; Famadas, Katia Maria; Onofrio, Valeria C.; Beati, Lorenza; Guglielmone, Alberto A. (2009-10-02). "The ixodid ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) of Cuba". Systematic and Applied Acarology. 12 (2): 101. doi:10.11158/saa.14.2.3. ISSN 1362-1971.