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[infestation of roe deer by cephenemyia stimulator (clark) (diptera, oestridae) in trent province].cephenemya stimulator (clark) (diptera oestridae) is first recorded in italy parasiting roe deer (capreolus capreolus). diagnosis was made by examination of ii-iii instar larvae (fig. 1-2) from roe deers killed in trient province. in these last years in the trentin region, there was an increasing of roe deers number (actually about 20.000); at the same time growed roe deers infestation by c. stimulator (tab. 1). females of c. stimulator probably attack young roe-deers lying down on field-pasture ...1978553265
classification tree methods for analysis of mesoscale distribution of ixodes ricinus (acari:ixodidae) in trentino, italian alps.cases of lyme disease and tick-borne encephalitis were recognized recently in the province of trento, italian alps. assessment of areas of potential risk for these tick-borne diseases is carried out by a model based on classification and regression trees (cart), using both discrete and continuous variables. data on ixodes ricinus (l.) occurrence resulted from extensive sampling carried out by standard methods in 99 sites over an area of approximately 2,700 km2 in the province of trento. a series ...19968961635
ixodes ricinus (acari: ixodidae) infestation on roe deer (capreolus capreolus) in trentino, italian alps.the most important tick-deer system potentially supporting the epidemiology of lyme disease in the italian alps is that regarding ixodes ricinus (l.) and roe deer (capreolus capreolus l.). in this study, the pattern of tick infestation on 562 male roe deer harvested in september 1994 in 56 game districts of trentino, northern italy, was assessed. the prevalence and density of infestation by i. ricinus were analyzed by a model based on classification and regression trees (cart), using both discre ...19979419849
[ixodes ricinus, transmitted diseases and reservoirs].the tick ixodes ricinus has been recorded in most italian regions especially in thermo-mesophilous woods and shrubby habitats where the relative humidity allow the tick to complete its 3 year developmental cycle, as predicted for the european climatic ranges. this tick acts both as vector and reservoir for a series of wildlife zoonotic pathogens, especially the agents of lyme diseases, tick borne encephalitis and human granulocytic ehrlichiosis, which are emerging in most of europe. to assess th ...200415305699
anaplasma phagocytophilum groel gene heterogeneity in ixodes ricinus larvae feeding on roe deer in northeastern italy.anaplasma phagocytophilum is an emerging tick-borne pathogen with both veterinary and human health implications. the role of wildlife hosts for this pathogen are not well defined, even thought roe deer (capreolus capreolus) has been suggested to contribute to the occurrence of this tick-borne diseases in europe. therefore the aim of the present study was to investigate the potential role of this ungulate species as a reservoir of human pathogenic strains of a. phagocytophilum in a tick-borne dis ...200918945191
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