MITES PARASITIC AND / OR ASSOCIATED WITH POULTRY AND SOME MAMMALS IN HISAR, HARYANA WITH KEY TO IDENTIFICATION

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Citation :- MITES PARASITIC AND / OR ASSOCIATED WITH POULTRY AND SOME MAMMALS IN HISAR, HARYANA WITH KEY TO IDENTIFICATION.Indian Journal Of Animal Research.2004.(38):1 - 7
B.N. Putatunda, R. Kumar} and D.P. Banerjee2
Address : Department of Entomology, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar - 125004, India

Abstract

Study on mites associated with the skin diseases of camel, dog, rabbit, fowl, turkey and quail
resulted in the recovery of a wide range of mites under Astigmata, Prosfigmata and Mesostrgmata
belonging to nine families. The mites identified are Acarus larries (Oudemans), A. siro (Linnaeus),
Sarcoptes scabiei canis Gerlach, S. s. dromedariiGervais, Dermoglyphus elongatus Megnin, Notoedres cati Hering Pygmephorus nilanjana Putatunda, &iella sp. Cheyletus malaccensis Oudemans, C. malayensis Cunliffe, Prosocheyla acantha Smiley and Moser, Demodex canis Leydig, Stigmaeus sp. and Macrocheles whartoniDelfinado and Baker. The importance of mites and a key to the identification has been incorporated in the text.

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