Abstract
MODERN CONDITION OF FAUNISTIC COMPLEXES OF ACARIAN IXODID IN ARID ZONES OF UZBEKISTAN

S. Kh. Umrkulova, I. R. Malik?v and A. U. Mirzayeva*

ABSTRACT

Some features of fauna of Ixodid Banks acarian, their landscape distribution and ecology are studied. In total 18 species of acarians which belonging to 6 genus are revealed: Ixodes, Haemaph—Ésalis, Boophilus, Dermacentor, Rhipicephalus, Hyalomma And to two subfamilies - Ixodinae and Amblyommatinay. Habitat distribution of acarians community and seasonal dynamics of ixodicy of demestic, wild, hunting-commercial animals and birds are defined.

Keywords: Ixodinae and Amblyomminay seasonal dynamics, acarian, fauna, ecology, taxonomy.


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