striped mice, rhabdomys pumilio, and other murid rodents as hosts for immature ixodid ticks as in the eastern cape province.striped mice, rhabdomys pumilio, were trapped over a period of 17 months in the thomas baines nature reserve, and placed in cages, over water, until all the ticks they harboured had detached. the mice were then returned to the reserve. four ixodid tick species were recovered from the mice of which the larvae and nymphs of rhipicephalus follis and rhipicephalus simus were the most numerous. most larvae of r. follis detached from mice trapped from march to july, and most nymphs in march and from j ...200415732458
Displaying items 1 - 1 of 1