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Ecological studies on Hyalomma anatolicum anatolicum in cattle of Barind area in Bangladesh


Bangladesh Veterinary Journal 29(1/4): 63-66
Ecological studies on Hyalomma anatolicum anatolicum in cattle of Barind area in Bangladesh
H. a. anatolicum ticks were found on 155 (64.6%) of 240 cattle (5 months to 10 years old) examined in the Rajshahi district of Bangladesh between July 1993 and June 1994. Of the 1438 ticks collected, 922 were male and 516 female. The higher rate of infestation was recorded during summer (71.25%), followed by monsoon (63.25%) and the lowest rate during winter (58.75%). The tick infestation was affected by temperature, rainfall and relative humidity.


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