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The effect of forest microclimate on the population structure of ixodid ticks - vectors of tick-borne encephalitis virus in the western Sikhote-Alin Mts



The effect of forest microclimate on the population structure of ixodid ticks - vectors of tick-borne encephalitis virus in the western Sikhote-Alin Mts



Vliyanie khozyastvenno deyatel' nosti na strukturu prirodnykh ochagov kleshchevogo entsefalita v Primorskom krae: recd 1984; 38-42



The effects of forest microclimate on the species composition and abundance of ixodid ticks transmitting tick-borne encephalitis virus in the western Sikhote-Alin Mts. in the Maritime Territory, USSR, were studied in 1978-80. Reductions in temperature in the cedar-spruce-broad-leaved forest belt resulted in a reduction in abundance of Ixodes persulcatus Schulze, the main vector of the virus, and in the virtual disappearance of Dermacentor silvarum Olen. and Haemaphysalis concinna Koch.

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