Systematic Parasitology

, Volume 15, Issue 2, pp 107–117

Phthiraptera from some wild carnivores in Spain

Authors

  • Jesús María Pérez-Jiménez
    • Department of ParasitologyUniversity of Granada
  • María Desamparados Soler-Cruz
    • Department of ParasitologyUniversity of Granada
  • Rocío Benítez-Rodríguez
    • Department of ParasitologyUniversity of Granada
  • Isidoro Ruíz-Martínez
    • Department of ParasitologyUniversity of Granada
  • Manuel Díaz-López
    • Department of ParasitologyUniversity of Granada
  • Francisco Palomares-Fernández
    • Estación Biológica de DoñanaC.S.I.C.
  • Miguel Delibes-de Castro
    • Estación Biológica de DoñanaC.S.I.C.
Article

DOI: 10.1007/BF00009987

Cite this article as:
Pérez-Jiménez, J.M., Soler-Cruz, M.D., Benítez-Rodríguez, R. et al. Syst Parasitol (1990) 15: 107. doi:10.1007/BF00009987

Abstract

During 1987 and the first months of 1988, several carnivores were surveyed for ecological studies by means of radio-tracking techniques and in order to identify the ischnoceran species parasitising these animals. The hosts belonged to the following species: Felis pardina, Felis silvestris, Herpestes ichneumon, Genetta genetta, Vulpes vulpes and Meles meles. While no lice were found on the two first species, the remaining ones were parasitised by Felicola (Felicola) inaequalis, Lorisicola (Paradoxuroecus) genettae n. comb., Felicola (Suricatoecus) vulpis and Trichodectes (Trichodectes) melis, respectively. Descriptions of these species are included.

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