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Studies on ixodid fauna in the northern part of Honshu, Japan. 2. Human cases of tick infestation, especially many cases with a large species Ixodes acutitarsus (Karsh, 1880)



Studies on ixodid fauna in the northern part of Honshu, Japan. 2. Human cases of tick infestation, especially many cases with a large species Ixodes acutitarsus (Karsh, 1880)



Japanese Journal of Sanitary Zoology 29(2): 216-218



A report is presented of infestations by ticks on man reported in northern Honshu, Japan, between 1972 and 1977. The cases include 16 sporadic attacks by Ixodes spp. and 2 by Hspp., 2 outbreaks involving Argas japonicus Yamaguti, Clifford & Tipton and A. vespertilionis (Latr.), and also 67 cases involving I. acutitarsus (Karsch) among students investigating animal habitats in mountains in the Shimokita Peninsula.

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