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Santiago Vergara-Pineda ; Roxana Acosta-Gutiérrez ; Robert W. Jones ;Therya 2014, 5 1

Author: Norma Hernández-Camacho

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Red de Revistas Científicas de América Latina, el Caribe, España y Portugal Sistema de Información Científica Hernández-Camacho, Norma; Vergara-Pineda, Santiago; Acosta-Gutiérrez, Roxana; Jones, Robert W. Nuevos registros de pulgas de tlacuaches Didelphis virginiana (Kerr 1792) en Querétaro, México Therya, vol.
5, núm.
1, abril, 2014, pp.
347-353 Asociación Mexicana de Mastozoología Baja California Sur, México Disponible en: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=402333995018 Therya, ISSN (Versión electrónica): 2007-3364 therya@cibnor.mx Asociación Mexicana de Mastozoología México ¿Cómo citar? Número completo Más información del artículo Página de la revista www.redalyc.org Proyecto académico sin fines de lucro, desarrollado bajo la iniciativa de acceso abierto New records of fleas on Virginia opossums Didelphis virginiana (Kerr 1792) in Queretaro, Mexico THERYA, abril, 2014 Vol.5(1):347-353 DOI: 10.12933-therya-14-187 Nuevos registros de pulgas de tlacuaches Didelphis virginiana (Kerr 1792) en Querétaro, México Norma Hernández-Camacho1*, Santiago Vergara-Pineda2, Roxana Acosta-Gutiérrez3 y Robert W.
Jones1 Introduction: The opossum Didelphis virginiana (Kerr 1792) is one of the eight species of marsupials that live in the northern region of America and is widely distributed in Mexico.
There is a large literature in North America of studies on this species, including its ectoparasites.
But in Mexico studies are scarce, and so we decided to investigate the opossum ectoparasite species richness in a suburban landscape in Querétaro, México. Methods: During January to May of 2010, we used 12 tomahawk traps to capture opossums.
Each animal was immobilized with tiletilamina, and during recumbence we examined the opossums for ectoparasites. Fleas were collected in vials with 70% alcohol, then dehydrataded in 100% alcohol, and clarified with lactic acid for further identification. Results: We found four flea species on the trapped...





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