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new locations of dermacentor reticulatus ticks in western poland: the first evidence of the merge in d. reticulatus occurrence areas?the ornate dog tick, d. reticulatus, is the second most common tick species in europe. it occurs across the temperate zone of eurasia, from england and france to the basin of the jenisej river in siberia, and the occurrence area ranges from 56-57 degrees n latitude down to 52 degrees n latitude. the range is divided into two distinct parts, the west-european and the eastern part. the western region covers france and northern spain, south-western england and wales, germany, austria, czech, wester ...201021449488
zoonotic reservoir of babesia microti in poland.babesiosis is as one of the emerging human and animal diseases transmitted by ticks. it is caused intraerythrocytic parasites of the genus babesia. current evidence of human babesiosis suggests that the majority of cases are involved by babesia divergens and babesia microti piroplasms. as zoonotic reservoir of b. microti serve small mammals--insectivores and rodents. the occurrence of this parasite in natural environment in poland is documented for various regions, in the wide range of mammal ho ...200415787199
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