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The Ixodes schillingsi group: ticks of Africa and Madagascar, parasitic on primates, with descriptions of two new species (Ixodoidea, Ixodidae)

  • D. R. Arthur (a1)
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1. This paper reviews the morphology, distribution and hosts of I. schillingsi Neumann, 1901.

2. Two new species, I. rageaui from the Cameroons, and I. lemuris from Madagascar are described and figured. The latter shows obvious African affinities and is but slightly different from its African relative.

3. I. schillingsi is, with the exception of Lophiomys ibeanus (crested rat), known only from Colobus monkeys, I. rageaui from monkeys of the Cercopithecus group and I. lemuris from Lemur rufifrons.

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Hoogstraal, H. (1953). Ticks (Ixodoidea) of the Malagasy Faunal Region (excepting the Seychelles). Bull. Mus. comp. Zool. Harv. 111, 37110.
Neumann, L. G. (1901). Révision de la famille des Ixodides. 4e mémoire. Mém. Soc. zool. Fr. 14, 249372.
Neumann, L. G. (1910). Sur quelques espèces d'Ixodidae nouvelles ou insuffisamment connues. Ann. Sci. nat. Zool. 9, 161–76.
Nuttall, G. H. F., Warburton, O., Cooper, W. F. & Robinson, L. E. (1911). Ticks. A monograph of the Ixodoidea, Part II, pp. i–xix, 195348. Cambridge University Press.
Rageau, J. (1953). Clés pour l'ientification des tiques du Cameroon. Ann. Parasit. hum. comp. 28, 399411.
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