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- Amblyomma arcanum Karsch, 1879 Amblyomma argentinae Neumann, 1905 Amblyomma arianae Keirans & Garris, 1986 Amblyomma astrion Dönitz, 1909 Amblyomma aureolatum...
- Amblyomma americanum, also known as the lone star tick, the northeastern water tick, or the turkey tick, is a type of tick indigenous to much of the eastern...
- bacterium Rickettsia africae. The bacterium is spread by ticks of the Amblyomma type. These generally live in tall gr**** or bush rather than in cities...
- Amblyomma variegatum, commonly known as the tropical bont tick, is a species of tick of the genus Amblyomma endemic to Africa. It has spread from its...
- Amblyomma cajennense or Cayenne tick is species of tick found in a range from the southern part of the United States to northern Argentina, through Central...
- Amblyomma hebraeum, commonly known as the South African bont tick, is a species of hard tick that is native to southern Africa. They are ****ually dimorphic...
- Amblyomma albopictum is a species of tropical hard ticks in the genus Amblyomma. It is typically found parasitizing Cyclura nubila, Chilabothrus angulifer...
- australiensis in Australia and a currently unknown tick in South Africa, possibly Amblyomma Hebraeum. Alpha-gal is not naturally present in apes, Old World monkeys...
- Amblyomma triguttatum, commonly known as the kangaroo tick, is a species of tick in the genus Amblyomma native to Australia. There are four subspecies...
- Amblyomma maculatum is a species of tick in the genus Amblyomma. Immatures usually infest small mammals and birds that dwell on the ground; cotton rats...
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