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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Spickett, Arthur M.; Gallivan, Gordon J.; Horak, Ivan Gerard(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 ...
BACKGROUND: For accurate and reliable gene expression analysis, normalization of gene expression data
against reference genes is essential. In most studies on ticks where (semi-)quantitative RT-PCR is
employed, normalization ...
Gothe, R.; Gold, Y.; Bezuidenhout, J. Dürr; Bigalke, R.D.(Published by the Government Printer, Pretoria., 1986)
Studies performed on sheep showed that Rhipicephalus evertsi mimeticus is a paralysis-competent tick species whose toxicity is either the same as, or only slightly less than that of R. e. evertsi. It was also proved that ...