2 edition of Leptotrombidium complex found in the catalog.
P. H. Vercammen-Grandjean
by George Williams Hooper Foundation, University of California in San Francisco
Written in English
|Statement||by P. H. Vercammen-Grandjean & Robert Langston.|
|Series||His The chigger mites of the world ; v. 3, section A-B|
|Contributions||Langston, Robert Lee, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QL458.2.T75 V47 vol. 3, Sect. A-B|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (iii, 1061 p.) :|
|Number of Pages||1061|
|LC Control Number||77359180|
Abstract. Leptotrombidium chiangraiensis Tanskul & Linthicum, and Leptotrombidium imphalum Vercammen–Grandjean are important vectors of scrub typhus in rice field habitats in northern Thailand. The developmental biology of all stages of the life cycle of two generations of these species of mites infected with Orientia tsutsugamushi (Hayashi) and uninfected mites is reported. Leptotrombidium deliense: Taxonomy navigation › Leptotrombidium. Terminal (leaf) node. Common name i-Synonym i-Other names i ›scrub typhus mite: Rank i: SPECIES: Lineage i › cellular organisms ›.
Leptotrombidium (Lorillatum) mastigophorum Nadchatram, n. sp. Figs. Diagnosis of larva: Near Leptotrombidium (Lorillatum) flagelliferum but readily separ able by the presence of a branched femoral palpal seta, branched ventrotibial palpal seta, and in having many more dorsal setae. It can be separated from L. (I.) tuhanum by the. tamiae were Leptotrombidium (%) and Schoengastia (%), therefore, the author suggested the role of mite as potential vector for B. tamiae transmission to human patients. In this study, Bartonella DNA was also detected from mites of Leptotrombidium and Ascoschoengastia genera, although B. tamiae was not found in our study.
The overall prevalence of infestation among the five localities was %, the average abundance was ± (SE) and the mean intensity of infestation was ± (range, 1–52), which. Newsletter Subscription. If you would like to subscribe to updates of new products and books, please submit your information in the form below.
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Leptotrombidium (/ ˌ l ɛ p t oʊ t r ɒ m ˈ b ɪ d i ə m /) is a genus of mites in the family Trombiculidae, that are able to infect humans with scrub typhus (Orientia tsutsugamushi infection) through their bite. The larval form (called chiggers) feeds on rodents, but also occasionally humans and other large mammals.
They are related to the harvest mites of the North America and : Arachnida. Leptotrombidium definition ata free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation.
Look it up now. TAXONOMY, MORPHOLOGY AND IDENTIFICATION. In zoological taxonomy, L. deliense belongs to the subgenus Leptotrombidium, genus Leptotrombidium, subfamily Trombiculinae in the family the complex life cycle of chigger mite, only the larva (simply called “chigger”) is an ectoparasitic stage, which feeds on some other animals (hosts), especially rodents and several other Cited by: 4.
Several members of the genus Leptotrombidium serve as vectors of Leptotrombidium complex book tsutsugamushi, the causative agent of tsutsugamushi occur widely throughout Southeast Asia, the southwestern Pacific Islands, and northern Australia.
As a group, the larvae of medically important Leptotrombidium species are parasitic primarily on ground-dwelling rodents (e.g., Rattus, Microtus. About species, subspecies and varieties of mites of the Leptotrombidium complex are described or redescribed.
Of these, belong to the genus Leptotrombidium and the other 60 to 14 other genera and subgenera. Of the of Leptotrombidium, 76 are described as new. For each species, subspecies or variety, data are given on the distribution, mammalian hosts on which it has been recorded Cited by: 2. Leptotrombidium.
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About Leptotrombidium deliense. There are very few known human diseases that involve pathogens transmitted by mites; the most important is tsutsugamushi disease, or scrub typhus, caused by the bacterium (Orientia tsutsugamushi) that is transmitted by several members of the genus Leptotrombidium (/ˌlɛptoʊtrɒmˈbɪdiəm/).
(Family Trombiculidae) in south eastern Asia, Australia and. OCLC Number: Notes: Part of illustrative matter in pocket. Description: volumes in: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: v. Leptotrombidium complex. section. Fig. 1: Leptotrombidium (Hypotrombidium) subquadratum, larval stage.
collected from Elephantulus brachy-rhynchus (Smith) (short-snouted elephant shrew) the larval stage of this mite has been de-scribed, as the adult and nymphal stages are as yet unknown. Diversity of chigger mites causing trombiculiasis of domestic animals and humans in Europe is greatly underestimated.
A number of reports on the attacks of “harvest mite” (Neotrombicula autumnalis) could be based on misidentified chiggers from other species and this study descriptions of two cases of trombiculiasis are presented, which constitute the first report on the pets.
Asian mite species; the larvae of this species suck lymph on the skin of humans and animals. During this process the agents of the “tsutsugamushi fever” might be transmitted. There are very few known human diseases that involve pathogens transmitted by mites; the most important is tsutsugamushi disease, or scrub typhus, caused by the bacterium (Orientia tsutsugamushi) that is transmitted by several members of the genus Leptotrombidium (Family Trombiculidae) in south eastern Asia, Australia and the pacific islands (Mullen and Durden, ).
The chigger mites of the world: vol. 3, Leptotrombidium complex: Section B, Trombiculindus, Hypotrombidium and Ericotrombidium, plus heterogenera, pp. –, George Williams Hooper Foundation, University of California, San Francisco Google Scholar.
rattus complex in Sisaket Province; however, no Leptotrombidium spp. mites were collected from animals captured in this area. Based on our study data, Pang Nga Province could be considered a hotspot for scrub typhus transmission within mite populations, as multiple infected mites were usually found on each animal host.
Embryos of Leptotrombidium (Leptotrombidium) pallidum mites naturally infected with Rickettsia tsutsugamushi were examined by electron microscopy. Rickettsiae were not found in eggs just after oviposition, but were easily detected in cells at the various parts of the embryos just before hatching, indicating that the rickettsiae are surely vertically transmitted from infected adult mites to the.
Catalog / Books / Page Filter. Showing – of results. Leptotrombidium deliense (a main and powerful vector of tsutsugamushi disease in China) and Ascoschoengastia indica (a potential vector of tsutsugamushi disease) were the dominant species of.
Abstract. Leptotrombidium (Leptotrombidium) imphalum Vercammen-Grandjean & Langston is redescribed and illustrated. Specimens were collected from the rodents Rattus rattus,Rattus losea, and Bandicota indica in Chiangrai Province, northern Thailand. The species was found on hosts collected on dikes at the margins of rice fields and in adjacent fruit plantations and along irrigation canals.
Catalog / Books / Insects & Spiders / Arachnids (Spiders, Etc) / Page 2. Filter. Showing 17–32 of 38 results Leptotrombidium complex $ Add to cart. Add to Wishlist Arachnids (Spiders. THE GENUS Ixodes IN THE UNITED STATES: A scanning electron microscope study and key to the adults.
Author(s): Vercammen-Grandjean,P H(Paul Henry); Langston,Robert Lee; George Williams Hooper Foundation. Title(s): The chigger mites of the world: (Acarina): Trombiculidae & Leeuwenhoekiidae/ by P. Vercammen-Grandjean and Robert Langston.
Leptotrombidium (Leptotrombidium) chiangraiensis Tanskul & Linthicum is described and illustrated as new from specimens collected from the rodents Rattus rattus (L., ), Rattus argentiventer.Odontacarus audy (Radford, ), Leptotrombidium allosetum Wang, Liao and Lin,L.
taiyuanense, Leptotrombidium hanseni Traub and Lakshana,Leptotrombidium kunshui Wen and Xiang, Leptotrombidium: (lep'tō-trom-bid'ē-ŭm), An important genus of trombiculid mites, formerly considered a subgenus of the genus Trombicula, which includes all of the vectors of scrub typhus (tsutsugamushi disease).
Members of Leptotrombidium that serve as vectors of scrub typhus are within the Leptotrombidium deliense group: Leptotrombidium.