seasonal variation of infestation rate with lice, tick and mite among rodents in certain egyptian regions.four species of mites (ornithonyssus bacoti, haemolaelaps glusgowi, echinolaelaps echinolelaps & dermanyssus gallinae), two species of ticks (rhipicephalus sanguineus & hyalomma dromedarrii) and one species of lice (polyplax spinulose) were identified on rodents during 4 successive seasons (2005) trapped in five governorates (suez, menoufia, giza, damietta and beni-sewaf). the rodents were rattus norvegicus, rattus rattus alexandrinus, rattus rattus frugivourus, acomys cahirinus and mus musculus ...200919795768
infestation rate of tick, mite and lice among rodent species in menoufia governorate, egypt.a preliminary survey of domestic rodent species and their ectoparasites tick, mite and lice was carried out in ten centers of menoufia (quesna, shebeen el-kom, berka el-saabe, el-bagour, el-shohada, tala, menoff, searth el-lian, ashmon and el-sadat) governorate. frequency of rodent species and ectoparasites indices (tick, mite and lice) were recorded in spring (2009). the main species of rodent was norway rat, rattus norvegicus, the grey-bellied rat, rattus rattus alexandrinus, the white-bellied ...201021246950
helminthes of synanthropic rodents (rodentia: muridae) from dakahlia and menoufia, egypt.a cross-sectional survey was conducted to monitor and compare the prevalence of helminthes in rodents from dakahlia and menoufia governorates. the domestic rodents (271) were rattus norvegicus, rattus rattus frugivorous, rattus r. alexandrinus, & mus musculus. the overall prevalence of helminthes was 52.8%. in dakahlia, 72/145 rats (49.6%) were infected. the highest prevalence of infection was in r. r. frugivorous 43 (60.4%), then r. r. alexandrinus 44 (47.7%), r. norvegicus 38 (44.7%), and the ...200819209758
flea ectoparasites of commensal rodents in shebin el kom, menoufia governorate, egypt.rodents population are widely distributed in some egyptian governorates, particularly those in the nile delta. generally speaking, rodents particularly those living in close association with man, play a major role in human health, welfare and economy. besides, their arthropod ectoparasites are important vectors of pathogenic agents as well as they themselves are causative agents of many allergic disorders. no doubt, the increase in rodent population is followed by an increase in many zoonotic di ...19968721227
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