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  1. Determination of Rodent Ectoparasite Fauna in Sarpole-Zahab District, Kermanshah Province, Iran, 2004-2005

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    Z Telmadarraiy

    2007-05-01

    Full Text Available Ectoparasites of various species of rodents were examined from Sarepole Zehab, Kermanshah Province Iran during 2005. This city is bordered with Iraq. A total of 139 rodents included 6 species of hosts were captured during all different seasons and examined for ectoparasites using live trap. The area of study was mainly plateu (70% and mountanous. The hosts including: Microtus socialis, Mus musculus, Rattus rattus, Nesokia indica, Meriones persicus and Tatera indica. The 9 species of ectoparasites recovered included 3 fleas (Pulex irritans, Xenopsylla buxtoni, Nosopsyllus medus, one sucking lice (Polyplax spinolosa, two ticks (Rhipicephalus sp., Hyalomma sp., and 3 mites (Lealaps nuttalli, Dermanysus sanguineus, Ornithonussus bacoti. Among all arthropod collected, the lice and flea had the most and least frequency, i.e. 77.7% and 4.4%, respectivelly. The data showed that the ectoparasites on some rodent hosts tend to prefer particular host body sites, and that some ectoparasite species sites may overlap owing to their inaccessibility to the host.

  2. Determination of Rodent Ectoparasite Fauna in Sarpole-Zahab District, Kermanshah Province, Iran, 2004-2005

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    Z Telmadarraiy

    2007-06-01

    Full Text Available Ectoparasites of various species of rodents were examined from Sarepole Zehab, Kermanshah Province Iran during 2005. This city is bordered with Iraq. A total of 139 rodents included 6 species of hosts were captured during all different seasons and examined for ectoparasites using live trap. The area of study was mainly plateu (70% and mountanous. The hosts including: Microtus socialis, Mus musculus, Rattus rattus, Nesokia indica, Meriones persicus and Tatera indica. The 9 species of ectoparasites recovered included 3 fleas (Pulex irritans, Xenopsylla buxtoni, Nosopsyllus medus, one sucking lice (Polyplax spinolosa, two ticks (Rhipicephalus sp., Hyalomma sp., and 3 mites (Lealaps nuttalli, Dermanysus sanguineus, Ornithonussus bacoti. Among all arthropod collected, the lice and flea had the most and least frequency, i.e. 77.7% and 4.4%, respectivelly. The data showed that the ectoparasites on some rodent hosts tend to prefer particular host body sites, and that some ectoparasite species sites may overlap owing to their inaccessibility to the host.

  3. The hydroid and medusa of Sarsia bella sp. nov. (Hydrozoa, Anthoathecatae, Corynidae, with a correction of the life cycle of Polyorchis penicillatus (Eschscholtz

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    Anita Brinckmann-Voss

    2000-12-01

    penicillatus, and these were found to be identical with meduse of Sarsia bella. Young medusae of P. penicillatus from the plankton can be clearly distinguished from S. bella medusae by the number of their exumbrellar nematocyst patches. Both P. penicillatus and Sarsia bella have eight adradial rows of exumbrellar nematocyst patches when young, however each row in P. penicillatus consists of at least three vertically alligned patches whereas each row never has more than two patches in S. bella. In both species the patches consist of microbasic p-mastigophores, but capsules in the case of P. penicillatus are larger than those in S. bella. Later stages of the two species are easily distinguished using other morphological characters with only four tentacles in S. bella and more than four in P. penicillatus. No hydroid of the genus Polyorchis has been described to date.