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  • Haematophagous mites on poultry farms in the Republic of the Union of Myanmar. [Journal Article]
    Heliyon 2019; 5(4):e01544Takehara M, Murata S, … Ohashi K
  • Haematophagous ectoparasites of poultry, such as Ornithonyssus sylviarum, northern fowl mites (NFMs), Dermanyssus gallinae, poultry red mites (PRMs), and Ornithonyssus bursa, tropical fowl mites (TFMs) are prevalent worldwide. Although poultry farming is a major industry in Southeast Asia, there are only a few reports concerning the prevalence of avian mites in this region. In this study, we samp…
  • Ectoparasite sharing among native and invasive birds in a metropolitan area. [Journal Article]
    Parasitol Res 2019; 118(2):399-409Mori E, Sala JP, … Senar JC
  • Parasite-mediated competition has been reported to be one of the most harmful, although overlooked, impacts that alien species have on native ecosystems. Monk parakeets Myiopsitta monachus are successful invaders in Europe, where they have been introduced from South America. Colonial nests of these parrots may also host other species, e.g. the rock pigeon Columba livia forma domestica. In this wo…
  • Microclimate and host body condition influence mite population growth in a wild bird-ectoparasite system. [Journal Article]
    Int J Parasitol Parasites Wildl 2018; 7(3):301-308Dube WC, Hund AK, … Safran RJ
  • Parasite populations are never evenly distributed among the hosts they infect. Avian nest ectoparasites, such as mites, are no exception, as their distribution across the landscape is highly aggregated. It remains unclear if this pattern is driven by differences in transmission events alone, or if the environment that parasites inhabit after transmission also plays a role. Here, we experimentally…
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