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Title: Acarina of Saudi Arabia. Ornithodoros (Alveonasus) laborensis (Family Argasidae) in Saudi Arabia. Biological, Veterinary and Medical Implications.
Authors: Hoogstraal, H
Wassef, H.
Diab, F.M.;
Al-Asgah, N.A
A1-Khalifa, M.S
Issue Date: 1984
Publisher: Fauna of Saudi Arabia
Citation: 6: 165-169.
Abstract: A third-instar nymph of Ornitbodorus (Alveonasus) laborensis taken from an indigenous goat at Al-Sharayi, Makkah, provides the first evidence for the presence in Saudi Arabia of this widely distributed Palearctic parasite. O. (A.) laborensis has been incriminated in the epidemiology of a variety of agents causing diseases in man and livestock in Eurasia.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/11109
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