Techniques for the rearing of Amblyomma species to be used in heartwater (Cowdria ruminantium) transmission experiments are discussed. These involve the breeding and maintenance of infected and noninfected strains of ticks. They include the feeding of ticks on sheep, rabbits, mice, tortoises and guinea fowl.
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