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Nuttalliella namaqua, a New Genus and Species of Tick

  • G. A. H. Bedford (a1)

The following description is based upon a single fully engorged female collected under a stone at Kamieskroon, Little Namaqualand, by Dr R. F. Lawrence in October 1930. Dr Lawrence informs me that rock-rabbits were probably the commonest animals about the hill where he found it, but the host of the tick may be a bird.

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1 See Nuttall, and Warburton, (1908), Ticks, A Monograph of the Ixodoidea, pp. 72, 73, 104.

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