Descriptions of the adults of this new species are given, together with information on its hosts and distribution.
Previously it was referred to briefly by Walker, Keirans, Pegram & Clifford (1988), who noted
that in many respects it is intermediate in appearance between R. tricuspis and R. lunulatus.
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Horak, Ivan Gerard; Spickett, Arthur M.; Gallivan, Gordon J.(Agricultural Research Council, ARC-OVI and the University of Pretoria, 2011-03)
The study aimed to assess the long-term population dynamics of questing Rhipicephalus
appendiculatus and Rhipicephalus zambeziensis in two landscape zones of the Kruger National
Park (KNP). Ticks were collected by dragging ...
Horak, Ivan Gerard; Harrison, Alan; Nyangiwe, Nkululeko(Springer, 2013-11)
The objective of the study was to establish to what extent the native tick species Rhipicephalus
decoloratus had been displaced by the invasive introduced tick, Rhipicephalus microplus at two
communally grazed areas in ...
Horak, Ivan Gerard; Keirans, J.E.; Walker, Jane B.; Heyne, Heloise; Verwoerd, Daniel Wynand(Published by the Agricultural Research Council, Onderstepoort Veterinary Institute, 1993)
Rhipicephalus exophthalmos sp. nov., a species which has in the past been confused with Rhipicephalus oculatus
Neumann, 1901, is described and illustrated from laboratory-reared specimens. Preferred hosts for the adults ...