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Title: Hyloma schulzei (the large camel tick): Distribution in Saudi Arabia.
Authors: Al-Asgah, N.A
Hussein, H.S
Al-Khalifa, M.S
Issue Date: 1985
Publisher: J. Med. Entomol. .
Citation: 22 (2): 230-231
Abstract: Hyalomma schulzei is the most abundant tick parasitizing camels in the arid northern frontier region of Saudi Arabia. This parasite, which ranges from Baluchistan Province of Pakistan to the northern littoral desert of Egypt, does not occur further south in Arabia. Fewer H. dromedarii and H. impeltatum infest camels in the northern frontier region Else-where in Saudi Arabia, camels are parasitized chiefly by H. dromedarii, H. impeltatum, H. anatolicum anatolicum, and H. anatolicum exacavatum, but H. schulzei is absent.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/11112
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